Minnie Dlamini-Jones and her husband Quinton Jones bundle of joy Netha Makhosi Jones recently celebrated his first birthday. The couple pulled out all the stops to make sure that their son celebrated the special occasion in style.
Baby Makhosini was showered with gifts, a beautiful cake and the decor was filled with toy racing cars. The Jones also hosted a traditional ceremony called Imbeleko, during which a baby is introduced to its ancestors.
Minnie took to Instagram to showcase the cute birthday party themed "Netha's Fast One" and it was nothing short of amazing. She also thanked the organizers for pulling off the party for their little prince.
"My kid is obsessed with cars so I called my girl @levase_productions and she did the things!!! Thank you to @jaguarsouthafrica #JLRExperienceCentre for hosting us. @barkerandquin for the amazing drinks (non-alc) so we could be safe to drive and look after those kids on their first sugar rushes (it was a movie)" Minnie captioned the post.
The doting parents went all out for their little to make sure that their son received the royal treatment and. The picture below:
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