Baby born with ‘heart’ birthmark became world famous in 2015 – here’s what he looks like 4 years later

In late 2015, in the Turkish capital of Ankara, a baby named Inar was born.

The tiny boy was already a celebrity in the birth room, and the nurses couldn’t resist taking photographs with the unique infant.

The cause? On his forehead, little Inar had a remarkable birthmark.

Every child is a miracle and unique in their own special way.

The “loving baby,” on the other hand, is a young child who is utterly special.

Murat Engin, 30, and Ceyda, 28, were shocked when they first discovered the heart-shaped birthmark on their newborn son’s forehead.

The cute baby captured the attention of millions of people worldwide when he was born in 2015.

His parents were shocked and sobbing when he was born.

”After a nurse cleaned the bloods on his head, I was the first who see the birthmark on his head. It was difficult for me to hold back my tears,” his father, Murat, explains.

The little boy was described as a “love baby” by nurses, Çinar attracted love and attention worldwide and became a viral sensation.

According to the parents, many people stopped on the street and wanted to take pictures with their son.

“When we walk around, everyone smiles at us and loves him. All of our friends are curious about his birthmark because of its heart shape. They say that he is a love baby,” said Murat.

His family believes Çinar’s birthmark is a “gift from God,” and since his birth, they have always told him to cherish why he’s special.

“When we go to hospital for custom control, nurses and doctors know him and called him as ‘Hearted Boy.’ He already has many fans,”

Additionally, Inar still appears to have a large following of admirers and supporters who want to follow his life’s path. His parents have set up an Instagram account so that others can follow Inar’s daily activities.

He’s seven years old now and still as endearing as ever!

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