Notoriously private Daniel MacPherson and Zoe Ventura share rare photos of ...

Notoriously private actors Daniel MacPherson and Zoe Ventura share rare photos of their son Austin Xavier to celebrate a milestone

By Louise Starkey For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:01 BST, 1 October 2020 | Updated: 03:01 BST, 1 October 2020

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First-time parents Daniel MacPherson and Zoe Ventura kept the arrival of their son very private.

They hid Austin Xavier away from the public eye for an entire six months - but as he gets older, the couple are easing their grips.

On Thursday, both actors offered a rare glimpse into Austin's life, sharing pictures to Instagram of their beloved child.

Fatherly love: Daniel MacPherson and Zoe Ventura kept the arrival of their son, Austin Xavier, very private. But on Thursday, they shared pictures of him in celebration of him turning 10 months old. Pictured: Daniel's post in 'honour' of his son

Fatherly love: Daniel MacPherson and Zoe Ventura kept the arrival of their son, Austin Xavier, very private. But on Thursday, they shared pictures of him in celebration of him turning 10 months old. Pictured: Daniel's post in 'honour' of his son

Their posts were in celebration of their little boy turning 10 months old.

'10 months today. What an honour it is to be your father,' Dan, 40, captioned his a photo of Austin lying on his stomach, while spread out on a children's rug and surrounded by books and toys.

The boy appeared to be reading a book - which fans remarked upon in the comments section - and his face remained hidden.

Zoe, 39, shared a similar post marking her son's 10-month milestone, and also chose to keep Austin's face concealed for privacy reasons. 

A mother's touch: Zoe Ventura uploaded a post captioned '10 months' on Thursday in celebration of her son, Austin Xavier (pictured), hitting the milestone

A mother's touch: Zoe Ventura uploaded a

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