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The family of Camilla Elvis McKongi and Matthew McKongi is growing!
Camilla, 38, revealed on Instagram that the couple had adopted another dog.
The Brazilian supermodel shared a photo of herself wrapped with a white dog and wrote the title of this sweet photo, “New addition to the family – ❤️🐶 What was I thinking !!!”
He added, “4 months old … thank you human rights for what you have to do! This little one is home now!” , He added.
Camilla and Matthew, 51, already own a full house with their three children – twelve Leos, 12, and 8-year-old Livingston, and 10-year-old daughter Voda. Dallas Shopper Club The star’s 89-year-old mother, Ki K, and many of her other adopted dogs and cats.
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A few days before Camilla shared that she had adopted another fur baby, she posted a video of her senior dog Chase massaging her hands while lying on her back.
“Can I be like that today !!!” He joked in the title. “Threaten the world’s worries for a minute …:”
The supermodel added, “Dude … I have to have a family reunion here … I can’t remember the last time I rubbed my feet! Chassis is living life !!”
In September, Camilla explained why she adopts pets despite her already large family.
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The founder of Bowman of Today posted a picture of himself as a young man holding a black dog.
“My first dog here was named Bobby,” the mother of three shared. “He wouldn’t stop stealing our food. He was so naughty! (I thought it was funny).”
Camilla then revealed, “My dad gave it to her … so I think that’s part of why I’m looking at every animal!”
Although they have the whole house, Matthew shared the appearance in November Alan DeGeneres Show How he and Camilla manage time alone.
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“Sometimes you go through the day and you get distant children’s education, you get everyone ready, you’re eating and running around. I’m doing my job, that’s my job. Is doing, and sometimes it’s nine o’clock: 30 o’clock at night or 10 o’clock when we really see each other and go, ‘Oh hey, how are you?’ Matthew spoke of the challenges.
He continued, “But they’re really good at scheduling and we’re getting a little bit better at developing some structure, not just for the kids, but for us and saying, ‘Hey, from that time until today. It doesn’t matter. We have time. “