Kat Dili has revealed that she is using a leather bracelet for her sons Milo and James, as well as their baby teeth to decorate bangles.
The 45-year-old tele presenter has revealed jaw-dropping on The Shirlax show podcast.
She is the loving mother of six-year-old Milo and three-year-old James.
And Kat has commissioned London-based artist Connor Joseph to create a sensitive bracelet for her.
She told the podcast: “I’m making a bangle out of their leather in it, and I’m going to dip her baby teeth in gold and then attach them one by one to my bracelet.”
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“The tooth fairy has arrived. But he had very little change and he had to give notes.
“So like me,‘ What am I going to do with this tooth? ’.
“I will dip her teeth in gold and attach them one by one to my bracelet. They’ll hang out and make it look like nuts. “
The cat jokingly added: “I have to write to the tooth fairy asking for the tooth back.”
This comes after Edith Bowman, the cat’s best friend, stopped rumors that they were once in a romantic relationship.
The radio star revealed that he was only ‘in love’ with his friend.
“Kat Dilli and I, who are still really good friends, started MTV at the same time and we spent a lot of time just hanging out and going out,” says the 48-year-old SM: TV live host.
In the 1990s, the two hitlists appeared in the UK and then traveled across the United States for roadtripping shows.
“It simply came to our notice then [while] One night, watching Thelma and Lewis with a bottle of wine, “Wouldn’t it be great to have a show like this?”
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“We were really good partners, and we’re still really good partners.
“And it was like, ‘Oh, the cat and Edith are in a homosexual relationship.’
Rumors began when they were pictured leaving mat bars in each other’s arms.
“Our photos were holding each other, coming out of the mat bar or whatever we were p *** d because we weren’t licking each other’s faces!
“We’re in love, but things like friends, it’s so weird.”
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