Simon Cowell’s rarely-seen son Eric looks so grown up in new photo

Simon Cowell’s son Eric posed for a holiday snap on Tuesday with his mother Lauren Silverman and British TV presenter, Amanda Holden.

In a photo shared to Amanda’s Instagram Stories, the youngster could be seen standing in front of a Hogwarts Express installation at Universal Orlando Resort. Eric, nine, looked so grown up in the snap wearing a bright red jumper, a pair of navy shorts and sporty trainers.

Doting mother Lauren stood behind her son, with a comforting hand placed on his shoulder. Elsewhere in the picture, Amanda could be seen with her 11-year-old daughter Hollie. For the family outing, the beloved presenter donned a relaxed yet stylish outfit featuring an Adidas sports cap, a white T-shirt and aviator sunglasses.

Hollie, meanwhile, looked every inch the trendy teen in an asymmetrical denim skirt and a candy cane striped shirt.

Simon and his fiancée Lauren welcomed their first child together on 14 February 2014. The TV star has spoken of expanding his family, with fans wondering if Eric will become a big brother in the future. Back in 2015, Lauren spoke exclusively to HELLO!, revealing: “I think if you have one child it would be lovely to have a girl.

When I was pregnant with Eric I was told by the doctors he was a girl. But he just fooled them. There were a few names floating around but we had our name picked out and it would be lovely to have a girl.

She jokingly added: “The only problem is that I will feel sorry for her when she is older because she won’t be able to leave the house, and no man would dare come near here because Simon would be so protective.”

And in an interview with The Mirror in 2018, Simon revealed: “If you’d have asked five years ago would I have one now, I’d be thinking, ‘I might have left it a bit late’.

“But once you’ve had one you think, how could you imagine him not being here? So when it happens, it happens.” The TV star continued: “I can’t really think about life before Eric, so yes I would consider another child.