Modiadie took her baby daddy Nathaniel Oppenheimer out for his special day with their kid Olivier Lewatle, according to an article published on Tuesday.
Pearl Modiadie later published photos of the three on Instagram, where they appeared to be having a great time together.
Pearl and Nathaniel broke up a few months after the birth of their son Olivier.
Pearl was no longer pleased, according to reports, and Nathaniel was not providing her with the support she needed as a new mother.
Pearl has been sharing insights into her parenting journey since the pair brought their bundle of joy Olivier into the world in September 2020. Pearl recently discussed how her life has changed as a result of her pregnancy.
It began as a rumor that they had broken up, but Pearl later confirmed the separation. "It's so much better to be alone than to be sad."
"I was unable to realize my ambition of having the family I'd always desired. But it gave birth to my lovely son, for which I am eternally grateful," Pearl concluded.
Now, the two are achieving incredible co-parenting objectives and have everything under control.
Pearl Modiadie recently celebrated her son's first birthday by showing off both her son and baby daddy to the world. The infant is adorable, but it was her baby daddy, Nathaniel Oppenheimer, who drew the most attention.
Many social media users assume Nathaniel is a member of the filthy rich Oppenheimer family and have applauded Modiadie on effectively securing the bag.
However, the French businessman has denied any ties to the Mzansi rich Oppenheimer family.
We wish them all the best in this journey of being parents.
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