- Pearl Modiadie recently said that she would be the mother to Lee-Roy Wright's child if he wanted this to happen
- Lee-Roy was talking about how he feels ready to finally start a family of his own and Pearl availed herself
- The pair would have beautiful "caramel" babies according to Lee-Roy and he's totally up for this new challenge in life
Mzansi television host and radio personality Lee-Roy Wright says that he's ready to be a dad and took to social media to share this. Lee-Roy thinks that he's ready to step into the journey of fatherhood and Pearl Modiadie has availed herself to be the baby's mother.
This is an interesting offer from Pearl who is already a mother to her son Lewatle. It seems like she's ready to do it all over again and she doesn't mind if Lee-Roy is the father of the child.
Reacting to Pearl's statement, Lee-Roy said that he wouldn't mind if Pearl were to mother his child. He even made a funny comment about them having a "caramel" baby since their child would be mixed race.
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"Caramel babies are the dream," wrote Lee-Roy.
Mzansi social media users are yet to see Pearl's son's face and are still waiting patiently for her to show it. Perhaps they'll have a better chance of seeing the baby that she's offered to have with Lee-Roy.
Mzansi celebrities are having more babies and we love to see it
Briefly News previously reported that Mzansi actor Nyaniso Dzedze and his gorgeous wife are having a baby. Nyaniso Dzedze and his wife Yana Seidl Dzedze are welcoming a new addition to their household.
The pair, who have been married for three years, announced that they were expecting a baby on social media. It's fantastic to see that they got to enjoy their pregnancy with their fans and family after a tumultuous 2020 amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
Yana's baby bump was photographed in black and white while Nyaniso clutched it, and the photo was shared on Instagram, where it received hundreds of likes and congratulations remarks.
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