- Zinhle and AKA's baby girl recently turned five years old and the celebration was nothing short of amazing
- Due to Covid-19 regulations, she could not have a huge party but mommy Zinhle made a plan
- The pair enjoyed a Barbie-themed breakfast complete with a gorgeous cake of the famous blonde doll
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Kairo Forbes turned five years old on Wednesday. The beautiful princess was bombarded with messages of love and light from social media users and from her parents, DJ Zinhle and Kiernan Forbes, aka AKA.
According to mother, Zinhle Jiyane, the spunky little girl wanted a Barbie breakfast for her birthday. Zinhle's beautiful home was a splash of pink and white as balloons and beautiful decor filled the spaces. A stunning Barbie cake was the cherry on top of the festive decorations.
Zinhle shared pics of the party on her Instagram page. There were no other guests pictures, although the table was set for more than two. It seems the mommy and daughter were safely practising social distancing with their pretty party.
Social media users were impressed by the stunning setup. Instagram user natalienaimah said:
"Beautiful. Happy birthday Kairo! God bless."
"I love the cake."
"My lil brother is also turning 5 years today. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THEM!"
"So beautiful hey... Kairo is blessed to have such a wonderful mommy."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kairo Forbes teamed up with her momma DJ Zinhle to give away 100 masks to a school in need. Returning to school is a hot topic at the moment with many fearing the worst and some point-blank refusing to let their kids return.
Kelly Khumalo and Uyanda Mbuli made it clear that their kids would not be setting foot in a school and even started an entire petition against schools opening.
Kairo has decided to be proactive by give away masks to a school of her fans' choice in order to support a safe return to school. The 5-year-old and her mother ventured into business together to produce high quality face masks to protect Mzansi against the coronavirus.
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