For her famous football-throwing’ grandpa, she was a sight for sore eyes.

NFL Hall of Famer Joe Montana brought his 9-month-old granddaughter along to the beach with the grown-ups in the family a dose of R & R after the two faced down an alleged kidnapper just a few days before, as we previously reported.

The legendary ex-quarterback grabbed back the baby girl after a well-dressed woman tried to abduct her from the Montana home in Malibu.

But the harrowing experience was a million years ago and a million miles away for the Montanas as they soaked up the sun and frolicked in the Pacific.

Montana, 64, watched from the sidelines, lounging in a beach chair just outside the shade of a big blue-and-white umbrella. Wife Jennifer in a black bikini and gold mirrored sunglasses and their daughter stood near the water with the baby at their feet.

The daughter looks like she takes after her hot 62-year-old mom tall, toned and tan in a coral floral-patterned string bikini.

Also, there for the outing were two others of the Montanas’ four kids another daughter and a son. They both had companions.

Wearing only a diaper, the Montanas’ granddaughter looked like she was having a grand, old time — the water lapping at her chubby legs, her hands grabbing sand.

Word is still out on who the cutie pie belongs to Alexandra, 34; Elizabeth, 33; Nate, 31; or Nick, 28.

The baby was sleeping when the woman, Sodsai Predpring Dalzell, of Los Angeles, allegedly picked her up out of her playpen. Montana calmed everyone down and his wife was able to take back their granddaughter.

Shortly after the encounter, Montana tweeted:

“Thank you to everyone who has reached out. Scary situation, but thankful that everybody is doing well. We appreciate respect for our privacy at this time.”

Dalzell ran away and was taken into custody. She has pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted kidnapping and burglary. If convicted, she faces up to eight years behind bars.

“She understands the harm that this has caused the family, friends and also fans of the Montana family,” said her lawyer, Ayinde Jones. “So our heart goes out to them.”

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