- Femi Fani-Kayode recently melted hearts with his sweet post about his son, Aragorn
- In an Instagram post where he shared the little boy's photo, he described him as his pride and joy
- FFK as he is fondly called, went on to express his love for his son who he says will be celebrated by many men and women
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Former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, has taken to social media to pen down a beautiful and emotional message to Aragorn, his first son and first child with ex-beauty queen wife, Precious Chikwendu.
In a recent Instagram photo, the Nigerian politician described his son as his pride and joy, stating that he'll do and take anything for the little boy.
He wrote: "As I looked into your eyes this morning I felt nothing but joy. Is there anything I will not take or do for you? You are my strength Aragorn: my pride and my joy. And for many generations after I am long gone your name shall be honoured and celebrated by men and women that you never even knew. I love you son: I always will."
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Only a while ago, he took to social media to share a video of his wife, Precious and Aragorn.
As the nation continues to battle with the deadly coronavirus also known as COVID-19, many people especially parents, are making the best out of the period as they spend more time with their children.
In the case of Precious Chukwendu Fani-Kayode, it appears some hidden talents may have come out to play. The ex-beauty queen and Nollywood actress apparently, has some impressing barbing skills too.
The former aviation minister wowed his fans and followers on Facebook recently, after he shared a totally adorable video of his wife cutting their son, Prince Aragon's hair. He captioned it: "Lockdown haircut for Prince Aragorn by our beautiful celebrity barber."
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