Sophie Brussaux Wishes Her and Drake’s Son, Adonis, Happy Birthday With New Photos
In addition to the spooky season, October has also de facto become the month of the Drake celebration. So it is only right that the son of the OVO Honcho shares the same birthday month with his music-loving father.
On Sunday, the mother of Drake's child, Sophie Brussaux, took to Instagram to celebrate Adonis' third birthday.
"Joyeux anniversaire mon amoureux! 3 years ago I finally met you for the first time after a long 24-hour work", she wrote the birthday post. "I'm so proud of the little man you will become, I love you more than life. The world is yours! We did the @champagnepapi."
Despite the intense interest in his personal life, Drake managed to keep Adonis away from the media. As a result, fans were thrilled to see the many pictures that Brussaux posted on their son's birthday. First, she shared a picture of Adonis in an astronaut suit. She then showed memories of the moments immediately after Adonis was born. She has also posted multiple selfies of herself and her son.
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