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Heres Looking At You Kid: Celebrity Babies With Gorgeous Eyes (Photos)

Celebrity babies and their eyes!

Here’s something that will make you melt: gorgeous baby eyes! And when it comes to celebrity babies in the entertainment world, boy are there some stunners out there!

From Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughter Shiloh and her gorgeous blues to Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie’s newborn son Luca, these kids not only capture your hearts with their adorable cuteness, but capture the camera as well with their very photogenic looks.

(I can’t help but say that Rachel Zoe’s 1-year-old son Skyler has perhaps the most gorgeous baby blue eyes I have ever seen. Ok, so I might not be her biggest fan, but I have to say that she and her husband Rodger sure to make CUTE babies!).

Check out our photo gallery full of ooohs and ahhs and tell us, which celebrity kid has your vote for the cutest, biggest eyes?

  • Dannielynn 1 of 10
    There is no denying that Anna Nicole Smith's daughter has her looks and her gorgeous blue eyes.
  • Eloise 2 of 10
    It's all in the eyes for Denise Richard's daughter
  • Bentley 3 of 10
    This kid is a scene stealer, isn't he? Maci Bookout's son Bentley is going to be stealing all the girls' hearts when he's older.
  • Hattie 4 of 10
    There's nothing surprising here, according to Tori Spelling's daughter Hattie.
  • Mason 5 of 10
    Kourtney Kardashian's son Mason Disick is too cute for words!
  • Luca 6 of 10
    The eyes just get you every time. Hilary Duff's son Luca.
  • Skyler 7 of 10
    I die. Rachel Zoe's son Skyler and his big blue eyes are GORGEOUS.
  • Flynn 8 of 10
    With a mother like Miranda Kerr and a father like Orlando Bloom, of course Flynn's a cutie!
  • Shiloh 9 of 10
    There's no second guessing who this beautiful blue-eyed blondie is, right?
  • Sparrow 10 of 10
    Rocker dad Joel Madden is head over heels for his little dude, Sparrow.

Photos via PacificCoastNews.com, Twitter.com

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