Claudine and Robbie Keane (and little Robert) party with Jamie Foxx in Malibu
He may be just five years old, but Robbie Keane's son Robert Jnr has already settled into celebrity life in LA, as he hangs out with actor Jamie Foxx.
The Oscar winner (47) looked happy to strike a pose for the camera after running into Claudine Keane and Robert Jnr on Monday.
The youngster looked delighted as the famous Hollywood actor took time to pose for a picture, with his model mum Claudine taking to Twitter to share the image.
"So much fun at mastros Malibu with Jamie king. Robert is talking about electro all day," she wrote.
Jamie Fox is such a great guy, Robert to a liking to his hat.. pic.twitter.com/gOZmwzh5EM— Claudine Keane (@ClaudineKeane1) April 7, 2015
"Jamie Foxs is such a great guy, Robert to a liking to his hat!"
The Dublin family have been enjoying the A-list lifestyle across the pond since moving there when Irish striker Robbie signed with LA Galaxy in 2011.
Claudine also took to social media to reveal their glamorous Easter celebrations.
So much fun at mastros Malibu with Jamie king. Robert is talking about electro all day pic.twitter.com/lsZMEVmP18— Claudine Keane (@ClaudineKeane1) April 7, 2015
The blonde model was joined by her soccer player husband and mother, Joan Palmer, as they wined and dined at the luxurious Bel Air Hotel in Los Angeles on Easter Sunday. Earlier this year, Irish soccer legend Robbie Keane, revealed that he has high hopes for his son on the soccer field, saying her has bags of potential when it comes to sport.
"He plays alright, he's a leftie. He's going to be starting on a team in a few weeks when we head back," he told the Herald.
"He's only five years of age so we don't know if he's the next big thing, but he's certainly got potential so far," Robbie said.
Claudine also admitted that their son takes after his dad when it comes to soccer, especially since he started tagging along to LA Galaxy training sessions.
Every time I see him go out on the pitch with his dad, he's getting more and more into it," she said.
"He thinks he's part of the team. He knows the names of all the players and Rob brings him to training sometimes."
"He got to lift the cup with the players and everything so he was so excited about that. He loves it, he really loves it," she added.