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Aww! Taylor Swift meets her newborn godson

Taylor Swift took a break from her 1989 World Tour to meet her godson, Jaime King's new baby boy. And the baby's name is...

Aww! Taylor Swift meets her newborn godson

Meeting my boy. @jaime_king @kyle_newman

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Look how precious! Taylor Swift took to Instagram Tuesday, July 28, to share this special moment—meeting her godson, Jaime King's new baby boy, for the first time. Jaime shared the same photo on her own Twitter and Instagram accounts, and used the sweet op to introduce the baby's name—Leo Thames!

Currently on a week-long holiday from her 1989 World Tour, Taylor, 25, flew back to Los Angeles to bond with baby Leo, who was born July 16, and spend time with her bestie.

“Meeting my boy,” she captioned the sweet pic of herself and the baby.

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In another Insta pic of just the baby's hand gripping her finger, Taylor writes, "Your little hands wrapped around my finger and it's so quiet in the world tonight"—such a fitting line from her song "Never Grow Up."

"Your little hand's wrapped around my finger and it's so quiet in the world tonight..."

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Let us pause for a moment to admire that gold sparkly nail polish. Love!

In addition to her perfect sparkly gold nail polish (one presumes), Jaime, 36, says she chose Taylor to be Leo's godmother because she's "such a beautiful human being."

"It was because of her morals and her values," Jaime told People, "the way that she treats people and how hard-working she is...her family and how close she is to them. I see what she gives out there to her fans and to her family. That’s the kind of person I want to be the guide and the spiritual protector of my child.”

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Baby Leo joins Jaime and husband Kyle Newman's first son, James Knight, 21 months.

Love! xo Haley-O Celebrity Candy: Follow along as Haley Overland delivers the latest scoop on celebrity families—plus sweet celeb interviews! You can’t have too much of this candy, so check back often.

This article was originally published on Jul 29, 2015

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