It appears the “Padre Pio” star is embracing being a real padre.
Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth were spotted taking their 8-month-old daughter, Isabel, on a family trip to Disneyland on Friday.
In photos exclusively obtained by Page Six, the doting parents were dressed in casual attire as they walked around the California theme park with a baby pink stroller in tow.
Goth, 29, can be seen in the images wearing a short-sleeve blue shirt, black jeans, sneakers, dark sunglasses and a backpack as she munched on box of popcorn.
Meanwhile, LaBeouf, 36, opted for a pair of lounge pants, black sunglasses, sneakers and black, white and grey shirt with his hair slicked back.
The “Transformers” star appeared to fully embrace his new role as father by toting his baby girl around in a baby carrier that was directly on his chest.
Although Isabel’s identity was mostly concealed in the pics, her adorable yellow and red polka dot hat peaked out from the top of the carrier.
Her little arms and legs could also be seen coming out from the sling, showcasing she was wearing Minnie Mouse-themed pants.
According to the photo agency, LaBeouf and Goth kept a low profile during the family trip as they humbly skipped out on the VIP Tour guides and instead stood in line for the rides just like “regular folks.”
The Hollywood couple first confirmed they welcomed a child together in April.
At the time, LaBeouf and Goth were seen taking their then-newborn for a walk around Pasadena, Calif.
Prior to that sighting, there had been much speculation as to whether the “X” star was pregnant as she was seen with a baby bump during a date to Chuck E. Cheese in November 2021.
However, her pregnancy was confirmed shortly after in early February due to an obvious baby bump photo of Goth that emerged during an errand-run in Pasadena.
In September, LaBeouf gushed about his “f–king joyful” child, saying that she is “testing” him and keeping him “accountable” like an “ultimate parole officer.”
“Having a daughter and knowing that your daughter is one day gonna search your name in a search engine and see that you are a deplorable, disgusting piece of s–t, that s–t hits,” the “Honey Boy” star said on the “Real Ones with Jon Bernthal” podcast at the time, referencing the sexual abuse allegations made against him.
“I have now until she’s literate to create a relationship with her where she knows me more than this idea of who I am in the public.”