- Some of Mzansi's favourite famous kids celebrated Heritage Day by posting pictures in their cultural attire
- The sweet snaps were uploaded by famous parents like DJ Zinhle and Arthur Mafokate to Instagram accounts
- Fans and commenters couldn't get enough of the cuteness and all applauded the little ones for taking pride in their heritage
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Celebrations of Heritage Day happened all across the nation yesterday and celebrity babies were no exception.
Whether it was from their parents' social media accounts or their own, the famous faces of Mzansi kiddies in their traditional attire had everybody saying 'awww'.
Among the well-known babas was little Kairo Forbes, whose mommy and daddy are DJ Zinhle and AKA, and the world's youngest disc jockey, DJ Arch Jnr.
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Kairo is the daughter of two well-known SA favourites but she's got her own army of Insta fans. The mini-boss has an account, run by her "glammy", to which she posted her photos.
She looked adorable in her black and white set, which she completed with some bracelets and strappy sandals.
Little DJ Arch Jnr was also on his own account when he posted the pictures of himself proudly displaying traditional wear. The SAGT winner posted a number of videos and pictures of him in his umquele alongside the hashtag #MyHeritage.
Arthur Mafokate and his children also showcased their attire for the special day. The family had an adorable jump shot posted but the proud dad also added a pic of him helping his younger daughter, Onalenna, get ready.
Speaking of Kairo and Heritage Day, Briefly.co.za recently reported on DJ Zinhle posting the cutie doing a traditional dance. The adorable footage showed Kairo dressed in her traditional attire while doing a Zulu dance that is known as ukugiya. The dance involves lifting a leg to the rhythm of a beating drum.
Social media users were loving Kairo's moves and went to share the positivity in the comments. So many shared their own perspectives and stories about heritage and the role it plays, that it was clearly a beautiful tribute.
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