John Legend Enjoys Lakers Game with Lookalike Son Miles

Like father, like son

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John Legend, 44, may have a packed schedule because of The Voice, but that doesn’t mean he can’t spend some quality time with his 5-year-old son, Miles

On November 12, the “All of Me” singer was spotted sitting courtside with his oldest son during a  basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Portland Trail Blazers, which took place at the Arena in L.A.

While cheering from the sidelines, Legend sported a black biker jacket with a matching pair of pants and boots. Meanwhile, Miles practically looked like his dad’s mini-me in a Batman shirt, black slacks and sneakers. Talk about strong family genes.

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To document the moment, Legend took out his cellphone and snapped a quick selfie with his son for social media. The post also included a photo of them projected on the arena’s Jumbotron. As they both smiled into the camera, we couldn’t get over their striking resemblance. The proud dad of four wrote in the caption, “Thank you @lakers for a great game and great seats!”

But we’re not the only ones who think the father-son duo look alike. One person in the comments section of the post wrote, “Twins.” Another follower chimed in and said, “Coolest twins in the arena.”

Legend has never been afraid to post pictures of himself spending time with his favorite boys on social media. Back in July, the musician shared a series of photos featuring his two sons, Miles and Wren (who the family welcomed back in June). The first pic in the slideshow shows Legend sporting comfy pajamas with his boys.

In the caption, Legend simply wrote, “The boys.”

Keep the father-son moments coming, John.

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Karelle McKay is the Assistant Editor of News and Entertainment at PureWow. Before she started writing about all things pop culture, she was a literal couch potato who loved...