by Kendall Fisher | Mon., Feb. 8, 2016 2:07 PM
As most first-time parents do, Louis Tomlinson is already spoiling his baby boy!
A source tells us Tomlinson and the mother of his child, Briana Jungwirth, shopped at Petit Tresor—a celeb-frequented baby boutique—in the West Hollywood back in November to prepare for the arrival of their son, Freddie, and they did not go cheap when it came to clothing and decor.
In fact, the couple spent well over $5000 on their son before he was even born!
"Their selections were quite European and sophisticated in taste," the insider explained to us and confirmed they purchased "adorable blue baby layette items and a plethora of necessities and fun items."
Another source told us lions were one of the biggest components of the room. "They picked out lots of items with lions on. They bought lion toys, a lion blanket, a lion onesie and a very cute lion hooded towel."
The insider added, "It might be because the lion symbol is associated with Great Britain and the English soccer team. Perhaps they're making sure their baby knows about his British roots."
All in all, money was really of no issue when it came to prepping for the baby. "Louis was happy for Briana to have whatever she wanted and they seemed to enjoy picking out the items together," the source noted. "He paid for everyone on his credit card and the bill came to just over $5,000. It's not every day you get someone spending that much in a baby boutique."
Meanwhile, Tomlinson welcomed his first child into the world with Jungwirth on Jan. 22. He took to Twitter to announce the exciting news the following day: "I'm pleased to say my baby son was born yesterday :) He is healthy and pretty amazing :) I'm very happy!!"
He also shared a photo of his son and revealed his name in an Instagram post shortly thereafter. "Meet my little lad, Freddie," Tomlinson captioned a black and white photo of himself cradling his little boy. And then went to Twitter to tell fans, "Thank you so much for the all nice messages :)"
Tomlinson is the first member of One Direction to welcome a child into the world.
—Reporting by Mike Vulpo