But it's all business. The eight-month-old son of Donald Trump and wife Melania already owns his own company, CelebBabySpy.
A Spoof reporter fluent in baby talk interviewed the budding entrepreneur and got the scoop. According to Barron, it all started in October when his mom took him to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in New York to see the exhibit featuring Shiloh Jolie-Pitt and her famous parents. It happened that Shiloh was there in person that day, and she was acting like a pint-sized diva. She had the museum staff scurrying around waiting on her, getting her pretzels, soda and ice cream. And she was SELLING her autograph (well, actually her thumprint done in red fingerpaint) as well as sticking her tongue out at shocked museum visitors.
A reflective Barron confided that he couldn't help but think, "If only I had a picture of this." Especially true as the plot thickened that day at the museum with the arrival of another famous baby, Suri Cruise, who yanked at Shiloh's hair and shoved her head down into the tub of red fingerpaint! Not good.
According to Barron, "Celeb babies misbehave pretty early, so it's smart to follow them around and get pictures to sell to the tabloids. It's a terrific business with little overhead." He confirmed that he does have an assistant by the name of Galina, a former KGB agent. Having her act as his nanny is the perfect cover.
Barron confirms that he occasionally hires operatives. Case in point: tailing Sean Preston and Jayden James, sons of Britney and Kevin. Barron said, "I couldn't take it when they decided to go diaperless." He screwed up his face as if he had just swallowed sour milk and added, "I mean, I know those kids idolize their mom, but still........"
The Spoof reporter tells us that Barron was last spotted in his carriage in a New York City coffee house. He was wearing sunglasses and drinking cappuccino from a Sesame Street bottle. Keeping his eyes open for the misbehaving offspring of celebs, he busied himself by reading his dad's book, "The Art of the Deal." Guess Barron William Trump won't be hearing those dreaded words, "You're fired," any time soon.