LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 24: Chris Martin of Coldplay performs during Passport To Brits Week at Indigo at The O2 Arena on F
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At Coldplay's concert in Lima, Peru on Tuesday, a little birthday celebration was in order. Because frontman Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow's son Moses will enjoy his big entry to double-digits on April 8, pops brought him out for the Estadio Nacional crowd, which numbered in the tens of thousands.

Martin stopped "A Sky Full of Stars" to explain, in Español, that his son was due for a birthday wish. The couple's 11-year-old daughter Apple also came out to help sing "Feliz Cumpleaños." At the end, Moses blew out the candles on a big cake while Martin said, "I love you, boy." It all starts at the one-minute mark in the video below, follow by an Instagram clip Paltrow posted from side-stage:

Paltrow captioned her pic, "When your dad wishes you an early 10th birthday at work." 

For more awwww Martin action, watch him and Jimmy Fallon cover David Bowie's "Life on Mars?" Then check out Fuse's Ghost Stories–era interview with the singer: