Neil Patrick Harris Goes Boating With His Babies

The "How I Met Your Mother" actor and his fiance keep it stylish

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka with their twins
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka with their twins
 

We've been hearing lots about Tom Cruise and Suri, but what about dads that always seem to be taking their kids on adventures? 

Case in point: Neil Patrick Harris and his fiance, David Burtka took their twins out on the water yesterday in Saint-Tropez, France.

One-year-olds Gideon and Harper were seen looking fashionable and well-protected with their dads on a private yacht, who joined Elton John and his husband David Furnish for a afternoon in the sun.

The couples then went for a stroll afterwards, making all of us jealous of how cool they are. (And by "they" we especially mean Gideon and Harper.)

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