Wayne Brady 'Honored' to Co-Parent Ex-Wife and Her Partner's Newborn Baby Boy
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Wayne Brady ‘Honored’ to Co-Parent Ex-Wife and Her Partner’s Newborn Baby Boy

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Wayne Brady is a different kind of ex-husband.

The famed entertainer is opening up about how “honored” he is to help co-parent his ex-wife’s newborn baby boy that she welcomed with her current partner.

Last month, Brady shared a heartfelt Instagram post announcing the arrival of the newborn that his ex-wife Mandie Taketa and her boyfriend Jason Fordham adopted together, People reports.

“Hey y’all, meet Sunny! I love this little man already,” Brady captioned a video holding the baby boy. “They say it takes a village to raise a child and they’re right!”

Brady and Taketa are already parents to their 18-year-old daughter Maile, whom he also shouted out in the post along with his co-parenting partners.

 

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“The village of @mandietaketa, myself, and @jasonmichaelfordham raised @theofficialmailebrady. All children will know is love if that’s what you show them,” Brady continued. “I’m honored to be in his life as his “Duncle” and I love Mandie and Jason for including me in their journey.”

Taketa also shared a post announcing baby Sunny’s arrival and thanking his birth mom for helping to expand her blended family.

“Ana, thank you for making me a mommy again along with you,” she captioned a video post. “Thank you for blessing Jason with the gift of fatherhood, making Maile a big sister, & Wayne a godfather. He’s going to spoil Sunny like crazy!”

 

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Brady continues to highlight shots of him and his Godson. One photo slide shows the pair dripped in Versace and cuddled up together.

 

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Brady’s amicable relationship with his ex-wife shows others how they can remain close friends after a divorce. Like Jay Z said, “nobody wins when the family feuds.”


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