Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman Out With Baby Eric AND Squiddly & Diddly.

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Simon and Lauren certainly had their hands full as they left the New York hotel yesterday.

Simon couldn’t be more delighted since he and Lauren Silverman welcomed baby Eric into the world, Simon isn’t forgetting about his beloved pooches.

Simon and his expanding family left their New York hotel on Friday with a huge smile as Lauren juggled Eric and one of the dogs while he carried his briefcase and one of the others.

Despite her trickier load, Lauren managed to juggle her son and dog easily, clearly adjusting to a second child with no difficulty.

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Simon proudly led his family out of the New York hotel they have been staying in since Eric’s birth at the Lennox Hill hospital on Valentine’s Day.

While Eric was wrapped up in a blanket. the dogs were kitted out in colourful sweaters.

Simon has been tweeting about Eric since the tot’s birth, saying ‘I never knew how much love and pride I would feel,’ but also made sure to update his fans on how the dogs are coping.

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The star, who splits his time between London, LA and New York, along with long vacations in the Bahamas, tweeted a picture of the pooches a few days after Eric’s birth and wrote: ‘Squiddly and Diddly love New York

Earlier this week Simon and Lauren attended the Family Court in Manhattan in New York, where they are said to have applied for a passport for Eric.

When asked outside what it was like to spend time with his son, the proud dad replied: ‘Amazing, thank you.’

More photos in our PHOTO GALLERY

Videos of Simon, Lauren & baby Eric on our VIDEO PAGE

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