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Fredrik Eklund's Twins Have Just Hit a Major Milestone
"They grow up so quickly," the MDLNY agent said of his children's latest achievement.
Fredrik Eklund and husband Derek Kaplan’s twins are growing up fast! The Million Dollar Listing New York cast member shared a glimpse at his children’s latest major milestone in a recent Instagram post.
On August 19, Fredrik took to social media to capture son Freddy and daughter Milla’s first day of school. In the sweet photos, the nearly 3-year-old twins can be seen proudly rocking their new matching backpacks while posing in front of their dads.
The real estate agent couldn’t help but get emotional while commemorating the special occasion. “It’s a big day when your kids start school. Like bittersweet. Time just flies, they grow up so quickly I mean it was yesterday I bathed them in the kitchen sink,” he wrote.
He went on to add, “Today they wore their little backpacks and held hands visiting their first school and meeting the teachers and new friends. Somehow, I could see into the not so far future and them graduating. It’s inevitable - and exiting - but all so soon.”
Though Freddy and Milla may have just started school, the two are also doing plenty of learning at home. Earlier this month, Fredrik announced the launch of the online kids' show Milla and Freddy's Adventures, in which he teaches his children some important lessons — and gives fans a peek inside their Bel-Air home.
“During the lockdown when schools shut I realized I would have to homeschool my kids like all the other parents. At the same time, I was watching a lot of YouTube with the kids to teach them ABC, colors, and rhymes. I picked what my kids were watching, of course, and sat through each of the shows which accumulated to a lot of hours like most parents — but I realized quickly I could make my own version, from my unique perspective, my own kids show, but for all ages. Having access to the most expensive real estate in the world, and introducing my kids to different topics each week like ABCs, Emotions, Numbers, Painting, Sharing, Giving Back, etc — with a new multimillion-dollar mansion as the backdrop for every episode seen from two young children’s perspective," he told The Daily Dish in a statement.