PICS: Pearl Modiadie goes on baecation in Hong Kong

PICS: Pearl Modiadie goes on baecation in Hong Kong

Cape Town – South African presenter Pearl Modiadie is on baecation in Hong Kong with her bae, Nkululeko Buthelezi.

The pair glowed in pics posted on the local celeb’s Instagram account over the past few days. 

Pearl and her partner will be heading off to The Philippines soon which was hit hard by Tropical Storm Tembin recently, with hundreds of deaths reported and scores more injured.

However, the storm will be moving to Vietnam soon, before the happily married pair get there, according to a tweet from Pearl.

See that tweet here:


See pics of Pearl Modiadie and Nkululeko Buthelezi on baecation in Hong Kong here:


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