Beaming Chris Evans looks every inch the doting dad as he joins his sweet son Noah at the BBC Radio 2 studios
He recently revealed that his wife is undergoing IVF in a bid to have a 'fourth ankle-biter'.
The Radio 2 Breakfast show presenter, 51, appeared to be in great spirits as he stepped out on Friday, clutching a model aeroplane kit for his son.
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Sweet: Chris Evans seemed keen to pack in plenty of family time as he left the BBC Radio Two studios with his eight-year-old son Noah
The former Top Gear host looked low-key in a khaki zip-up hoodie and denim shorts, which he teamed with colourful trainers.
Meanwhile Noah, who wore vibrant red shorts and a light blue hoodie, warded off the sun with an orange cap.
Chris, who hit the headlines earlier this year after quitting Top Gear amid scathing reviews and slumping ratings, seemed to be in a chirpy mood during the casual outing.
High flying: The Radio 2 Breakfast show presenter, 51, appeared to be in great spirits as he strolled outside, clutching a model aeroplane kit for his son
He shares two other children - five-year-old Eli and 31-year-old Jade - with his wife of 10 years Natasha Shishmanian.
In April, the candid DJ told comedian Rob Brydon that Natasha was 'being harvested around now, with the radio on!'
A bemused Brydon didn't catch on at first before Evans clarified that the couple were hoping to add to their brood with the fertility treatment.
Evans, who celebrated his 51st birthday on April Fool's Day, told listeners: 'Mrs Evans has gone into hospital this morning at 7am - she is the field and there's a harvest taking place this morning.
Family affair: He shares two other children - five-year-old Eli and 31-year-old Jade - with his wife of 10 years Natasha Shishmanian
He added: 'I have to leave at 9:30 in the morning because I am required.'
When Brydon failed to realise what Evans was referring to and appeared to worry about Evan's wife Natasha being in hospital, the DJ clarified: 'It's a nice thing, we're having one last hurrah, one last attempt at a fourth ankle biter.'
He added: 'It's an IVF thing. She'll be being harvested around now, with the radio on. She doesn't mind me talking about it.'
He then joked about his honesty, saying: 'Welcome to BBC Radio 2 IVFM.'
Listeners praised Evans' open approach on Twitter, saying they were grateful to him for bringing the issue to the fore.
Candid: He recently revealed that his wife is undergoing IVF in a bid so they can expand their brood and have a fourth child
One, @shaw_emily, wrote: 'Hats off to @achrisevans for being open about IVF. Good luck u guys.'
The couple's second son, Eli, now 4, was conceived through IVF after Natasha, a former professional golfer, suffered an ectopic pregnancy in 2010.
Evans wrote for his Mail on Sunday column during the pregnancy: 'Thank you so much to the people who made it possible. We are eternally grateful. You make dreams come true.
'My wife and I couldn’t be more thrilled . . . Like a lot of couples, becoming pregnant this time was not easy and to the extent that it was beginning to feel like it may never happen.'
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