Like father, like son.
Elon Musk and his son X AE A-XII wore identical haircuts after watching “One Vikings Episode, Too Many.”
Tech billionaire, 51 years old, Twitter took over On Sunday to share a shot of the duo with identical haircuts at the temple.
Musk commented on the family photo: “Thanksgiving last year after watching one too many episodes of Vikings.”
When a follower asked if he had cut their hair, he simply said, “Yes.”
Grimes, the mother of the little boy, has practiced her hairdressing skills after previously showing off her son’s first haircut.
“I’m not sure this haircut went well but it’s a Viking now,” the singer, 34, said in a snapshot in January 2021.
The former couple welcomed their first child, initially named “X Æ A-12 Musk”, in May 2020.
Soon, they were forced to change his name to “X AE A-XII” because California law does not allow the use of special characters and numbers.
“My partner is often the person who came up with the name,” the Tesla CEO explained about the name choice. “Yes, it’s great in names.”
Page Six exclusively revealed in 2018 that the pair were dating, just days before they made their Met Gala debut. However, they called it quits in September 2020.
“Mostly my job at SpaceX and Tesla requires me to be primarily in Texas or travel abroad and her work primarily in Los Angeles,” Musk told Page Six at the time.
Despite their breakup, the couple welcomed a second child together, daughter Exa Dark Sideræl, in December 2021 via a surrogate.
Grimes went on to date Chelsea Manning in March 2022, but they ended things a few months later, Page Six revealed.
On the other hand, Musk welcomed twins with Chivonne Zelis, 36, in November 2021 — one month before his second child with Grimes.
Among the children of the SpaceX founder are twins Griffin and Vivian, born in 2004, and triplets Kay, Saxon and Damien, who arrived in 2006, with ex-wife Justin Musk.
Elon and Justin also had a son named Nevada, who was born in 2002, but died at the age of 10 weeks due to sudden infant death syndrome, or sudden infant death syndrome.