The Instagram model and singer announced her pregnancy a year ago. The singer also said that wealthy Durban businessman Hlubi Nkosi provided her dowry. The couple later called their child Uminathi Nkosi, and judging by the images they published, the infant wears the priciest clothing. From Gucci Rompers to an R33k Jeremy Scott stroller. Yes, you heard correctly, Londie London's baby stroller is worth the asking price. The same stroller was purchased by musician Cassper Nyovest for his son Khotso.
Because Londie London and her partner both wear expensive designer clothing, so does their child Uminathi. The small boy also utilizes R8000-per-blanket Fendi blankets.
Because his face had not been disclosed to the public or on social media, Baby Uminathi's mother, who recently joined The Real Housewives of Durban, wanted to hold a party exposing his face. Therefore, the purpose of the gathering was to visit him and shower him with gifts. In my perspective, the reality show's coverage of the incident was excessive. I suppose that the amount of money spent on the unveiling party is comparable to what most people would spend on a wedding or other significant occasion. Not forgetting how expensive and fashionable the mother's attire was. The child also owned many garments, including an R3,650 Versace Borocco children's romper.
When Umi was just a few months old, he received his first custom-designed jewelry set. People can follow this cute kid on Instagram to learn more about him.
Some people may believe that this baby's parents are wasting money on all of the items they purchased for him. As long as you can afford it, there is nothing wrong with purchasing whatever you want for your child. It is also a lesson that parents should not have children until they are financially stable, so that they can provide for their children's comfort.
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