- Media personality Pearl Modiadie has responded to fans begging to see her maternity shoot photos
- Pearl has kept her pregnancy under wraps and hasn't even posted a picture of her baby bump
- She told fans that they will only be able to see her bundle of joy once he or she starts walking, which is months from now
Pearl Modiadie is expecting her first child and is determined to keep her privacy for as long as possible. Fans have been begging Pearl for a peek at what must be a cute baby bump but she has remained firm in her stance.
The media personality said she would not be showing off bump or baby any time soon and she has every right to decide.
A fan took to Twitter to ask the media personality for a pic of her tummy. Pearl responded that Mzansi will only see the precious bundle once he or she starts walking.
While many social media users expressed disappointment, they also understood that she valued her privacy. The Twitter user who has asked her the question, PhaahlaPula responded by saying:
"Aaahhh mara... Well OK, I respect this. Thanks. Just wanted to cheer as your fan."
"Yhooo, you don't give us hope tuu..."
"Finally Pearl! Now I know what I didn't know... Congratulations."
"Kuzoba nini (when will that be) Pearl?"
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that singer Cici is a new mommy who is completely smitten with her super-cute baby, Dialo. The star, who has been extremely private about Dialo's father, posts pics and videos of her infant son every chance she gets.
It's no wonder Cici can't get enough of Dialo as the adorable baby is really one of the sweetest things to see on the social media TL. Some of Cici's latest snaps of him include him snuggled in a black blanket that's been placed in a basket. He looks completely adorable with his pointed toes and balled-up hands.
Cici gave birth during the early weeks of lockdown and wasn't happy that her family couldn't be there for the occasion. However, all's well that ends well and her son now keeps a constant smile on the star's dial.
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