Keiynan Lonsdale
“The Flash” Season 4 star Keiynan Lonsdale seemingly gave his mom a tour to the set of the CW series. Pictured: Lonsdale attends the “Allegiant” New York Premiere at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 theater on March 14, 2016 in New York City. Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images

Keiynan Lonsdale has brought his mom to the set of “The Flash.”

Lonsdale, who plays Wally West — aka Kid Flash — on the CW series, revealed on Instagram that his mom flew all the way from Australia to Canada to visit him, and to maximize his mom’s stay in Vancouver, the actor decided to bring her to the set of the Grant Gustin-led series. See Lonsdale’s photos with his mom below:

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Much like his character on “The Flash,” Lonsdale grew up without his dad. In an interview with USA Today in 2015, the 25-year-old actor revealed that he was already 10 when he met his dad.

“I grew up with my mom and my mom had six kids and I was the youngest, but I had a different father than my brothers and sisters, and I only met him when I was 10 years old, then he introduced me to his other children,” Lonsdale shared at the time. “So it’s been a bit of a whirlwind, and I guess over the years I’ve gotten to know different brothers and sisters as I’ve gotten older, which has kept life fascinating.”

Details about Kid Flash’s storyline in Season 4 are being kept under wraps, but Lonsdale was spotted wearing Grant Gustin’s superhero suit on the show’s set earlier this month.

While Lonsdale was photographed in Gustin’s costume, it doesn’t seem that Wally is taking Barry’s place as the show’s titular character. Because even though Barry (Gustin) is still locked up in the Speed Force at the beginning of the upcoming season, Wally and the rest of Team Flash won’t just let him spend the rest of his life as a prisoner.

According to the San Diego Comic-Con synopsis for the show’s Season 4, members of Team Flash will do everything they can to get Barry out of the Speed Force after mysterious threats start to appear in Central City. “With the fastest man alive now trapped inside an extra-dimensional energy, and unknown dangers lurking in the shadows, it will be up to Team Flash to free Barry from his own personal hell,” reads a portion of the synopsis.

While it’s unclear how long Wally will assume the mantle of the Flash, Lonsdale did tell NKD magazine (via Just Jared Jr.) that there will be a lot on Wally’s plate while Barry remains trapped in the Speed Force. “We see Wally with a lot of weight on his shoulders,” Lonsdale said of what fans can expect from his character at the start of Season 4. “Everyone has gone through an emotional rollercoaster by the end of … Season [3] and it’s not a clean, happy ending.”

“The Flash” Season 4 will premiere on Tuesday, Oct 10 at 8 p.m. EDT on The CW.