- Rachel Kolisi shared an adorable video on social media of her sleepy son at 6am in the morning
- Nick whispered a question to his mom, asking if he could have a baby brother, and apparently Siya is on board with the idea
- The Springbok captain asked his son to speak up and Rachel had a hilarious reaction to Siya's comment
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Rachel Kolisi shared an adorable video of her son, Nick, at 6am in the morning. The young boy whispered to his mom, asking her if he could have a baby brother.
Rachel and her Springbok husband, Siya, have four kids. They are raising their two biological children and have adopted Siya's brother and sister after his mom passed away.
The stunning fitness guru decided to share Nick's request with her followers and she captioned the post:
"Any other Moms relate? This was at 6am and after I had 2 hours' sleep because Kez was up all night."
Take a look at the video below:
While Rachel didn't look too keen on the idea of having another baby, Siya seems to be onboard. The Springbok captain commented on the video and told his son to speak up.
"Nick please say it louder."
Rachel reacted by telling her hubby that they can have another baby if he becomes a stay-at-home dad. South Africans seem to be with Siya on the subject, adding they make beautiful babies and Mzansi could use another Kolisi baby.
"You make beautiful babies and how can you say no to that cutie."
"How can you say no to that face?"
"Give the kid/people what they want."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported Rachel shared a hilarious video of her reaction to a moment where she disagreed with the referee at a Rugby World Cup game. The video shows the ref raising his arm before the camera moves to the spectators.
Rachel's shocked facial expression before putting her hand on her head in disbelief has left South Africans in stitches. According to Rachel, it was her first time being caught on camera as a spectator at a game.
She uploaded the video yesterday and has already gained over 40 800 views on Instagram. The comments section is packed with hilarious reactions to the video.
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