Noel Fielding melted hearts as he stepped out for an adorable bike ride with his toddler.
The comedian and Bake Off host had fixed a seat on the front of his bike, where little Dali, two, sat as he peddled her about streets in London.
He made the tot wear a helmet as she played with her cuddly toy.
Noel looked characteristically stylish as he rocked a bandana, ripped jeans and heeled boots, with a mask across his face.
The 47 year old welcomed Dali back in April 2018 with partner Lliana Bird.
Noel fronts The Great British Bake Off, with Matt Lucas recently joining him as co-host after Sandi Toksvig decided to move on to other things.
But speculation is rife that Channel 4 may need to call off the show for this year amid the coronavirus disruption.
Filming using takes place around April time, with the series airing in the late summer, usually August.
Channel 4 confirmed back in March that filming was put on a hold.
But Noel’s been honing his own baking skills in lockdown, he told Lorraine Kelly, with the great Paul Hollywood as a mentor.
Dali’s also taken keenly to the kitchen, as she helped her dad to whip up a loaf of banana bread.
He told: “I made one loaf with Paul Hollywood, it was very much Paul’s loaf, even when I was kneading, his big mahogany hands over my ET-like hands, it was quite sensual!”
And he’s made sure to dress up so he can get in some quality time with Dali.
“She’s paints and she’s very good as well,” he revealed, “and we dress up so we have tea parties, with banana bread and lemon drizzle cake.
“I normally dress up as Macca Pacca.”
Meanwhile, Noel has run into controversy over his use of blackface in comedy series The Mighty Boosh, which he starred in alongside Julian Barratt.
Noel dressed in dreadlocks and black and white face paint to portray character The Spirit of Jazz.
Netflix recently opted to remove the series over the controversy, as it did with The League of Gentlemen.
The League of Gentlemen had featured white actor Reece Shearsmith in blackface for the character of Papa Lazarou.
The streaming service has also removed four series by Australian comedian Chris Lilley, as well as Come Fly With Me and Little Britain, both of which starred Noel’s Bake Off co-star Matt.