Wednesday 26 November 2014

Proud dad Simon Cowell gets snap-happy with Baby Eric and puppies in London home

Published 20/05/2014 | 19:46

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 08: Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman are seen leaving the Collection Club, Knightsbridge on May 8, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Niki Nikolova/GC Images)
Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman are seen leaving the Collection Club, Knightsbridge in London, England. (Photo by Niki Nikolova/GC Images)
The music mogul shared the snap of  Baby Eric holding a magazine and captioned it; “Eric has already learnt how to read!” (Photo: Twitter/Simon Cowell)
Simon also posted snapshots of his dogs Squiddly and Diddly on the couch in his London home. (Photo: Twitter/Simon Cowell)

Brand new family man Simon Cowell just can’t seem to get enough of his baby son Eric.

The proud father has posted yet another adorable photo of the tot online, this time joking the three-month-old has learnt how to read.

The music mogul shared the snap of  Baby Eric holding a magazine and captioned it; “Eric has already learnt how to read!”

Simon also posted snapshots of his dogs Squiddly and Diddly on the couch in his London home.

The 54-year-old is back in the UK for his hit show ‘Britain’s Got Talent’.

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The music mogul shared the snap of  Baby Eric holding a magazine and captioned it; “Eric has already learnt how to read!”  (Photo: Twitter/Simon Cowell)

Millionaire Cowell is reported to have raked in a further £50m (€61.23m) over the past year thanks to his music and TV hits, according to a new wealth list.

The mogul has seen his worth swell to £300m (€357m) to put him in eighth place in a league of music millionaires compiled for the new Sunday Times Rich List.

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Simon also posted snapshots of his dogs Squiddly and Diddly on the couch in his London home.  (Photo: Twitter/Simon Cowell)

Simon's value will have been boosted by a new deal with ITV for further series of The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent, and appears not to have been seriously dented by the stage flop of spoof musical I Can't Sing! - for which he was one of the backers - which closed after a matter of weeks.

He remains behind his media mogul rival Simon Fuller - a one-time colleague - who is at seventh place in the list on £382m (€467.78m), up £7m (€8.57m) on last year.

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