- Pearl Modiadie beams with pride every time she speaks about her precious baby boy Lewatle
- Sharing a picture of herself carrying Lewatle on her back, Pearl reminded everyone that she is his mother
- Fans love seeing Pearl as a mom and took to the comment section to let her know what a great job she is doing
Pearl Modiadie is one proud momma bear with one cute cub. Sharing snaps of her tiny prince on social media, Pearl oozes with pride every single time.
Becoming a mother is undoubtedly one of Pearl’s greatest achievements and you can just see it in every single post she makes about her baby boy.
Taking to social media with a sweet picture of her and her lil guy, Pearl proudly reminded peeps that she is Lewatle’s momma.
“Lewatle’s mother,” She captioned the picture.
Fans love seeing Pearl as a mother and took to the comment section to let her know just that. They are all so proud of the incredible mom that she is – Lewatle is one lucky little boy!
@funeka52: “You such an amazing mother!”
@mapulanemoadira: “Proper, I'm telling you.”
@thereal_nomsa: “He's blessed to have such a loving mother."
@simbamuleya: “I love our way of carrying babies.”
@ronnie_maseko_: “Welcome to the Mother Land...”
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Pearl Modiadie is a new mom and she is absolutely loving where the journey has taken her. Taking to social media, Pearl only had good things to say about her baby daddy Nathaniel Oppenheimer and their beautiful son.
It is still not clear whether Pearl and Nathaniel are still an item but they are showing up for their baby boy in more ways than one. Pearl posted a beautiful picture of Nathaniel holding up their baby Olivier Lewatle, covering his face with an emoji.
It was also reported that South African radio and TV presenter Pearl Modiadie and her saucy co-host Thomas Msengana are officially saying goodbye to Metro FM. So many changes are taking place in the world of radio that this does not even come as a major surprise.
Having hosted the lunchtime show 'Lunch with Thomas & Pearl' on weekdays from 12pm to 3pm on Metro FM for some time now, it is a sad one for many that the two are calling it quits.
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