Will Ferrell Dressed as a Medieval Lord to Embarrass His Son Magnus at Prom — See the Hilarious Photo!

The comedian is dad to three sons, whom he shares with wife Viveca Paulin — Magnus, Mattias and Axel

<p>Magnus Ferrell/TikTok</p> Will Ferrell and his son

Magnus Ferrell/TikTok

Will Ferrell and his son

Will Ferrell is a pro at finding ways to embarrass his kids.

The comedian's son Magnus, 20, shared a hilarious video to his TikTok account on Tuesday, June 11, posting two different images side-by-side. The first showed a selfie of Magnus in what appeared to be a recording studio, with the words "rating things my dad has done" across the photo.

The second picture showed Ferrell, 56, dressed as a medieval lord, posing next to Magnus, who wore a checkered suit and black-and-white polka dot shirt. "Dressed as a medieval lord to embarrass me at prom 10000/10," Magnus wrote across the picture.

"True story," Magnus captioned the video.

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Related: Will Ferrell Claps His Hands to 'Eye of the Tiger' as He DJs USC Tailgate Party During Family Weekend

Ferrell is dad to three sons, whom he shares with wife Viveca Paulin — Magnus, Mattias, 17, and Axel, 14.

In October, the actor was the DJ at a Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity tailgate party at the University of Southern California ahead of the football game against the University of Arizona Wildcats during Trojan Family Weekend.

In a TikTok video, the USC alum could be seen clapping alongside students to Survivor's “Eye of the Tiger” as he helmed the DJ booth. Ferrell was outfitted for the occasion, with his headphones worn on top of his backward USC red cap.

Barry King/Getty Will Ferrell and his three sons in 2017
Barry King/Getty Will Ferrell and his three sons in 2017

The Barbie actor has been an active USC alum since he graduated from the school in 1990. He delivered the commencement speech to the graduating class of 2017 and contributed to funding the first-ever full scholarship for the women’s soccer team with wife Viveca Paulin in 2018.

Trojan blood even runs in the family, as Magnus is currently enrolled at USC as a sophomore, according to his LinkedIn page.

Back in 2008, the Anchorman star shared his biggest piece of advice for any parent. "For me, talk to your children, at least once a week," he hilariously told PEOPLE at the time.

"If you've got time, do it two or three times a week, but otherwise, I find the times where I let weeks and weeks go by without talking to my children, that adds up," he joked.

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