- Pearl Thusi posted a heart-melting video celebrating her adopted daughter Okuhle
- Fans were quick to send the beautiful princess birthday wishes
- Ever since Okuhle popped into Pearl's social media feed she has captured Mzansi's heart
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Pearl Thusi posted a beautiful video on Instagram wishing Okuhle a happy birthday. Her adopted daughter has stolen our hearts ever since she slid into our feed.
Briefly.co.za saw that the video is captioned by a sweet message written by Pearl for Okuhle:
"Happy Birthday Okuhle ! We love you so much ! @okuhle.konke
You came into our lives and added so much joy and love... time passes so quickly and I can’t believe you’re 5 years old already! Thank you for everything my little tri-lingual fairy! You’re my beautiful unicorn blutterfy and I can’t imagine life without you! ❤️"
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Fans wished the young princess well in the comments of the video:
ntokozo8622: Happy birthday to you
iamthandolwethu: Happy birthday to Okuhle!
rosejoywairimu: Beautiful babies like mummy
mkhonzanelly: This is beautiful Pearl
amikkamara: Happy Birthday to this Angel ♥️
cynthia_spelimandla: Happy birthday princess ♥️
sp____gal: Oh wow you have it all pearl. You are blessed
phindy9647: Happiest birthday pumpkin. She is so adorable
Briefly.co.za reported on when Okuhle first appeared in Pearl's pictures. Pearl Thusi surprised us all when a precious little princess suddenly started popping up like she was never not there. Okuhle was the missing piece of the Thusi clan that has now been completed.
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Even though Okuhle was not hidden by Pearl, how she joined the family was never something that was openly discussed.
Before adopting Okuhle, Pearl opened a charity in support of abandoned children. Adopting Okuhle has changed Pearl’s life in the most magical way possible.
“It's been really incredible. I've tried not to make a big deal of it in terms of talking about it. Women do this every day, our grandmothers did this for our parents. There are aunties, women have to travel and then someone has to take care of their children. It's a village and I'm an African and I live by everything that an African means as much as I possibly can.”
Okuhle has her own Instagram page with beautiful pics of the little angel.
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