Meet the baby boy who has been stealing hearts – and keeping his mum entertained – by dressing up as famous characters such as Freddie Mercury and Harry Potter.
Mum Stephanie Tysoe, 27, regularly makes her own homemade costumes for her four-month-old son Harry.
She has transformed him into a whole host of stars – including Woody from Toy Story, Sully from Monsters Inc, Dobby the house elf and Frodo Baggins.
Harry’s even tried his hand at becoming Queen’s infamous frontman Freddie Mercury and taken on the roles of a chef, a mechanic and a teddy bear.
His siblings Isla, five, and Archer, 3, often get involved on the photoshoots too with his sister posing up as Belle to his Beast.
It started as a way for Stephanie to keep positive after a diagnosis of postpartum anxiety following Harry’s birth.
But after she started posting them online, she gained thousands of followers who love to keep up with Harry’s costume changes.
Stephanie, from Bedford, who lives with husband management accountant Jack, 28, said: “Harry’s first experience of dressing up was when he was just two months old and I transformed him into Harry Potter.
“I saw this costume in Primark when I was pregnant and I loved it, I just had to have it as Harry Potter is my favourite book and film.
“I sent a photo of Harry dressed up to my husband to make him laugh whilst he was working and then shared it on my Instagram.
“It got such a positive response and so many people said that it had made their day that I decided to do more.
“I’d already been posting on Instagram for a few years as part of my blog but this made so many people happy that it’s become my main focus, especially with all that’s going on right now.”
Creative stay at home mum Stephanie makes most of Harry’s costumes herself and loves dressing up her photogenic model.
She was diagnosed with postpartum anxiety disorder after giving birth to Harry in November 2019 and turned to her sewing needle as a way to cope and keep positive.
Stephanie said: “My motivation for starting all of this came shortly after I was diagnosed when Harry was around eight weeks old.
“I’d been feeling very anxious and down and it hadn’t shifted when standard baby blues usually do so I went to the GP for advice.
“This project has really helped keep me positive and laughing.
“I think I’ve always been creative – I do a lot of handmade Christmas presents.
“If I can’t find something for a photo idea then I make it! I use felt or things I find around the house to create the costume exactly as I imagined it.
“I hand sewed Harry a patchwork quilt when I was pregnant with him last year but that’s as far as I’d ever got with a project before this hobby!
“I’m still working on a few more costumes for the next week or so.
“It’s such a good outlet and something to focus on instead of my anxiety.”