The family of four attended the ceremony on Friday
Macaulay Culkin is a family man!
The Home Alone star, 42, shared some adorable moments with fiancée Brenda Song and their two sons — Dakota, 2, and a baby born earlier this year — in a video posted by PEOPLE from his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Friday.
Culkin and Song’s boys proved to be quite a handful, as the pair were seen juggling to stay in one spot with them during the ceremony.
In one hilarious moment caught on camera, Song, 34, tried to pick Dakota up as she stood next to Culkin in front of his newly unveiled star. The actor, meanwhile, held their youngest son, as Dakota then scurried away from his mom, who was still holding his hand, dragging her around in a circle.
Song managed to get hold of the toddler in the next shot, as she held Dakota and posed with Culkin for a photo in front of his star.
A following clip showed the mom of two sitting with guests as their youngest son bounced on her leg.
Others showed Culkin and Song kissing and embracing at the ceremony, and later posing for more family shots.
Culkin made his first public appearance with Song and their two sons as he was honored at the ceremony in Los Angeles.
During the ceremony, the former child actor paid tribute to his family in his speech, as he referred to them as his “three favorite people.”
"I'd like to thank Brenda. You're absolutely everything," Culkin said. "You're the best person I've ever known. And after the birth of our two boys, you've become one of my three favorite people."
Culkin and Song began their relationship in 2017 after they met on the set of Changeland in Thailand.
Song spoke about being a “hands-on” parent in a rare candid interview as she discussed her family in 2022.
"My fiancé and I are very hands-on. We don't have a nanny, but my mom has been here with us since my son was born,” she told The Cut at the time.
"I think when you and your partner have kids, especially the first few months, you don't have the patience to be polite with each other," Song continued. "Being communicative when you need help is so important. Instead of having set duties, we just feel each other out. I'll be putting my son down and my partner is like, 'Let me feed the animals and get dinner ready.' “
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