Elon Musk mocks Grimes’ hairdressing skills with sweet pic of baby X Æ A-XII

Elon Musk playfully mocked his partner Grimes' lockdown hairdressing skills as he melted hearts with a rare photograph of the couple's baby.

The billionaire shared a photograph of himself with his baby X Æ A-XII – pronounced X Ash A 12 – on his knee on Twitter.

His latest photograph shows the entrepreneur, 49, juggling his daddy duties with his high-flying career.

In the snap, the CEO of SpaceX was on the phone while his happy nine-month-old son was sat in his lap.

X Æ A-XII held onto the scruff of his dad's T-shirt as he tried to get his attention and appears to have a cheeky side as he poked his nose and puffed his cheeks at the same time.

The dad posted the photograph with the caption: "The Second Last Kingdom."

The caption is a reference to the Netflix series The Last Kingdom, which Grimes joked about last when showing off the child's Medieval-esque haircut on her Instagram.

"Not sure this haircut went well but he’s Viking now," the singer captioned the image.

Grimes, real name Claire Boucher, shared another snap of the tot sitting in his nappy and said: "Haircut inspired by the last kingdom on Netflix which is a masterpiece."

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Elon and Grimes told the world they were romancing in 2018.

It's been nine months since the couple welcomed their first baby together.

X Æ A-XII started trending after the proud parents revealed their baby's name to the world.

Grimes then lifted the lid on their baby's unusual name to fans.

She wrote: "X, the unknown variable

"Æ, my elven spelling of Ai (love &/or Artificial intelligence) •A-12 = precursor to SR-17 (our favorite aircraft). No weapons, no defenses, just speed. Great in battle, but non-violent.

"+ (A=Archangel, my favorite song) (metal rat)."

He has older sons with his ex-wife Justine.

Recently, Elon opened up about educating his children.

Primarily, the star credited social media giants YouTube and Reddit for educating his kids.

"Well, my observation is that my kids were mostly educated by YouTube and Reddit," he said, according to Business Insider.

"I guess there were lessons as well, but judging by the amount of time they spent online, it seemed like most of their education is actually coming from online."

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