Earlier this years, he revealed that he and wife Natasha Shishmanian will be going through a round of IVF in a bid to have a fourth child.
And Chris Evans showed just how much he's been revelling in fatherhood, as he enjoyed a family night out while attending David Walliams' West End debut of Gangsta Granny on Tuesday night.
The 51-year-old Radio 2 presenter was all smiles as he posed with Natasha and their two children outside London's Garrick Theatre - but he was easily outdone in the cool stakes by his five-year-old son Eli, who donned a metallic green party dress.
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Family: Chris Evans and wife Natasha Shishmanian attended David Walliams' London debut of Gangsta Granny with their sons Noah (back) and Eli (front), at the Garrick Theatre on Tuesday
Playfully pulling a serious face as he posed for snapshots outside the theatre with his family, little Eli teamed the short-sleeved pleated number with fashionable black trainers and a pair of pristine white socks.
Sporting a contrasting style, his eight-year-old brother Noah wore a blue plaid shirt under a grey blazer, along with faded jeans and a textured black trilby.
Letting their offspring shine, the proud parents went for more casual looks, with Chris wearing a navy zip-up hoodie with blue faded jeans and orange running shoes, while a black cap rested atop his famous red locks.
All smiles: The loving family were all smiles as they posed for snapshots outside the theatre
Metallic green: Stylish Eli stole the show on his arrival, donning a metallic green party dress
It's all in the details: Little Eli teamed the short-sleeved pleated number with fashionable black trainers and a pair of pristine white socks
Wearing sunglasses like her broadcaster husband, Natasha looked effortlessly stylish in a light blue blouse emblazoned with red love hearts, teaming her top with ripped jeans and a light rinse denim jacket.
Adding an extra flourish of bold colour with her choice of red Converse shoes, she also opted for headgear, wearing a black baker boy cap.
They were among a host of stars at the press night of the show, which is a stage adaptation of comedian David's children's comedy fiction book Gansta Granny.
Following the book's huge success, it was adapted into a 130-minute theatre performance by the Birmingham Stage Company.
Constrasting style: Sporting a contrasting style, his