"It’s not a trip to Austria without visiting the @arnoldschwarzeneggermuseum right?" Baena captioned this fun photo slideshow
Like father, like son!
In the first photo shared Friday on Instagram by Baena, 26, he grinned widely as he lifted a dumbbell, while surrounded by various photos of his famous dad during the latter's bodybuilder days.
Other images included Baena channeling Schwarzenegger's Terminator character in a leather jacket astride a motorcycle, holding his Conan the Barbarian sword and sitting at a desk surrounded by photos from Schwarzenegger's political career.
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Another photo saw Baena posing next to a wax figure of Schwarzenegger, 76, flexing his muscles while wearing tiny fitted briefs — and there was even a shot of Baena recreating a shirtless profile pose from a statue made in the likeness his dad.
"It’s not a trip to Austria without visiting the @arnoldschwarzeneggermuseum right?" Baena wrote in the caption of his photo slideshow.
Among the comments on his post was one from a user who joked, "Hey that’s not fair, they wouldn’t let me sit on the motorcycle? How come you get to do it? [kidding]."
"I bet they were thrilled to have you. 😎😎😎," another person wrote of the museum.
While Schwarzenegger has called his infidelity in his marriage to Maria Shriver a “major failure,” his son was the silver lining of the difficult situation.
"It was wrong what I did. But I don’t want to make Joseph feel that he is not welcomed in this world — because he is very much welcomed in this world," the former California governor shared in the 2023 Netflix docuseries Arnold. "I love him, and he has turned out to be an extraordinary young man."
Speaking with PEOPLE last November, Baena — who is also an actor and bodybuilder, as well as a real-estate agent — said though he does speak with Schwarzenegger about "putting in the work" on his acting career, he prefers to tackle Hollywood on his own terms.
"It's very minimal that I go to him and ask for advice because I want to figure it out on my own," he added at the time.
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