Cole Walker & His Father

Cole Jordan Walker

Cole Jordan Walker
(Age 11)
Cole Jordan Walker (Age 10)

The 10-year-old Cole Jordan Walker is Hunter Brown’s best friend and, recently, boyfriend. Both have known each other since they were very young.

Cole Walker is a little small for his age. But what he lacks in physical stature, he makes up for with his big, bold personality. Although he has a bit of a reputation for being a bit of a “bad boy” or “badass”, due to his daring attitude and ability to stand up for himself and his friends. However, Hunter regularly gets to see Cole’s much sweeter, warm, and more caring side.

A Younger Cole Walker
(age 8)
A Younger Cole Walker (Age 7)

Cole plays football with the Yellow Tops team, mainly as a defender. He’s actually not the biggest football fan and mostly plays because he enjoys spending time with his friends and getting the exercise. Furthermore, it gives him something to do while Hunter is away at his guitar lessons.

Cole plays the piano quite well. His mother was a piano teacher and she started giving him lessons when he was only 4 years old. However, his lessons ceased after his parents divorced when he was 8 years old. Cole has always been a daddy’s boy, so when he was asked who he wanted to live with, he chose to stay with his dad. Furthermore, Cole and his mum’s new boyfriend really didn’t get along.

Gordon William Walker (Cole’s Father)

Gordon Walker
Gordon William Walker (Age 32)

Cole’s dad, Gordon Walker is a single parent. He works in I.T and, thankfully, can do much of his work from home. This gives Gordon the flexibility required to ensure his son and his son’s best friend, Hunter Brown are well looked after.

Gordon treats Hunter almost like he is his second son. He has known the boy since he was still in nappies. The boy spends much of his free time around at Gordon’s and Cole’s house. If the boys aren’t there, then he knows that the two boys are around at Hunter’s house.

Although Gordon was already a friend of the Brown family, he ended up becoming closer to them after Hunter’s father died of cancer when the boy was just 7 years old. The boy began to look to him for a father figure in his life and Gordon was willing to fill that role for as long as needed. Gordon also grew closer to Hunter’s mother, Elizabeth Brown, supporting her the best he could while she grieved for her late husband. He was also able to provide some much-needed respite for her by having Hunter stay over a few nights a week, much to the happiness and excitement of the two boys.