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See Why Dorit Kemsley’s Jagger Has Her Saying She’s a “Proud Mama”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom posted a photo of her 9-year-old son enjoying an afternoon of sports.
It seems Dorit Kemsley has been spending a lot of time at the baseball field. And no, she’s not trading her stilettos for cleats — not to our knowledge, at least.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom shared a photo of her young son, Jagger, at his recent Little League game, where he was seen in a batting stance while rocking a green No. 11 jersey emblazoned with his surname. Dorit shared the image via Instagram on Sunday along with a doting message.
“How PK and I spend our weekends these days,” read her caption, which included a baseball emoji and a “proud mama” hashtag.
The adorable photo was originally posted by Dorit’s husband, Paul “PK” Kemsley, who captioned the shot, “Go Jagger.”
Dorit and PK celebrated Jagger’s birthday last month with heartwarming posts shared on their respective Instagrams. PK posted a photo of his son smiling ear to ear while wearing his sports uniform and carrying a baseball bat.
“This was taken today on his bday …. You are my entire life kid … I love you so so much,” PK wrote. “Happy Birthday Son.”
Dorit shared a video montage of her favorite family moments with Jagger. It included clips of beach vacations, roller coaster rides, and previous birthday parties.
“Happy birthday to the love of my life, my sweet, kind, thoughtful, smart, funny, caring, lovable boy!” she wrote in the caption. “I can’t believe you’re 9 years old today. I love you so much Jagger and I’m so proud and grateful to be your Mama. I can’t wait to celebrate you today my Angel.”
Dorit and PK also share a 7-year-old daughter named Phoenix, who was a baby when Dorit made her RHOBH debut. The swimwear designer spoke about her family during an interview with Bravo Insider last year, reflecting on just how much her children have grown since she joined the franchise.
“They’re still little munchkins, but Phoenix was just a few months old [when RHOBH started] and they’ve grown up with it, so the audience has obviously seen them grow,” she explained. “And now they’re so fun and, you know, we’re able to play and they’re little people with big personalities and they’re funny and smart and such a joy. They’re doing really well.”
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