Sean Spicer is ditching the Easter Bunny outfit, instead opting for a suit at this year’s White House Easter Egg Roll.

The White House press secretary sported a dark suit and red tie as he read “How to Catch the Easter Bunny” to children and posed with a pink-nosed, life-sized Easter egg dye company’s bunny mascot on the White House’s South Lawn on Monday morning.

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Spicer, then a spokesman for the U.S. Trade Representative, previously appeared as the Easter Bunny during George W. Bush’s presidency.

There was no word on whether he would deliver a repeat performance as the fluffy-tailed character for the inaugural White House Easter Egg Roll of the Trump administration.

“Saturday Night Live” lampooned Spicer in a weekend sketch, with Melissa McCarthy reprising her role as the controversial press secretary — this time dressed as the Easter Bunny — to apologize for his recent comments calling concentration camps “Holocaust centers.”

After photos of Spicer, 45, posing in the white, fuzzy get-up back in 2008 resurfaced on social media, he quipped that he longed to return to his days of Easter Bunny glory.