Socialite Vera Sidika has announced that her daughter Princess Asia launched a baby products business. Vera threw a glamorous event to celebrate her daughter's 'half birthday, saying that she is setting up Asia to become a self-made millionaire at a very young age.
Vera said the business she launched over the weekend would primarily be her daughter's but managed by the parents to ensure that it runs smoothly and is profitable.
"Asia's half birthday, Asia is also launching her first business today," announced Vera.
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Sidika's fans, wowed by the bold move, camped in the comment section to congratulate her.
@dorismyles73: Asia ako na kazi yake already ????lanes my friend
@lilferroh: @queenveebosset always having business mind
@saadia_ogle: Happiest half birthday to @princess_asiabrown and congratulations to her new business
@eunicenduku: This is beautiful ???? happy birthday little pretty star
@lejaestherclara: I'll do this for my daughter in future
@virginia.karanja.7923: Kama hii ni half birthday,full birthday itakuwa aje aki?? Goals!
Not long ago, Vera revealed that her daughter sleeps on a unique bed that cost her Sh300,000, which she imported from the UK.
""Can't wait to unveil Asia's nursery. At 6 months so magical. Damn. Girl be sleeping on a bed worth Ksh. 300,000 from UK," she wrote on Instagram.
Reminiscing her childhood, the first-time mother added that her daughter's current lifestyle was something she dreamt of while growing up.
"How I wish I had this life as a newborn. Kweli it's true, we work hard to give our kids what we never had. Aki God bless all mothers doing the best for their babies," she added.
Sharing her motherhood journey, Vera said that being a mother has positively contributed to her life, adding that it's the most beautiful thing to ever happen to her.
"Asia has had such a positive impact in my life and the passion of parenting, breastfeeding, loving and being loved is just beautiful," she said, adding, "The best thing that has happened to me is motherhood and family. I feel content. Initially, people would judge me saying I cannot breastfeed and that I only cared about myself."