- Actress Omotola has declared love for her last child Michael and showered prayers on him
- Michael recently turned a year older and the actress took to social media to mark his new age
- Omotola described her darling son as sweet, wise, talented, and diplomatic
Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade's last child Michael has officially become an adult as he recently turned a new age.
Michael turned 19 on Monday, April 19, and his celebrity mum took to her Instagram page to celebrate her darling son.
Omotola had sweet words for her son as she described him as sweet, wise, diplomatic, and talented.
The actress declared love for her son and then showered prayers on him. She prayed for all of Michael's dreams to come true.
As expected, the film star shared a photo of her son and it revealed a handsome young man with a cute smile.
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Omotola's fans and followers did not disappoint her as they took to her comment section to celebrate her son.
Read some comments below:
"Happy Birthday our handsome Michael, God bless you."
"Happy birthday handsome Mickboy. More grace&God's blessings."
"My Mickyyyy, happy birthday sweetheart, may Ur days be long and happy, have fun dear."
"Happy Birthday, son, wow my third son is also 21 today. Stay blessed king."
"Photographers don't do photoshoot...Happy birthday Michael."
"Happy birthday son."
"He’s so adorable, just like mama."
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Omotola's daughter told the story behind her viral birthday dress.
The actress and her second daughter flooded social media with gorgeous photos to celebrate their birthdays.
A particular beautiful dress Meraiah had on generated compliments from Nigerians.
The young lady said she had seen the beautiful green dress in her mum's closet years ago, but was too scared to ask to wear it to her high school prom while her sister got it instead.
She further said that she eventually stole the dress from her sister and decided to rock it for her birthday photoshoot.
Source: Legit.ng News