Kids do brunch
Baby Steps
Vanessa Williams, assistant vice-president for special projects and operational support at Sagicor Group Jamaica was happy to spend Mother’s Day with her twins Micah (left) and Mikai

THE Port Royal Pier came to life on Mother’s Day, May 8, when Sagicor Group Jamaica treated moms to a special five-course meal curated by renowned chef Jacqui Tyson. Soulful music from Season Bandz, great food, and mimosas were the order of the day as moms celebrated with their families. Of course, the little ones stole the show with their cute smiles and radiant aura as they enjoyed the day out with their loving moms. Here are some highlights with some of our favourite moments on camera.

Sagicor Group Jamaica Corporate Strategy Manager Jodi-Kaye Ennis looks lovingly at son Caleb
Xiah looks pretty in peach as her mom, public speaking coach Krystal Tomlinson, looks on in awe as her little girl sings to patrons
Little Zoe looks radiant in yellow as she gifts the lens with a smile alongside her mom, Naomi Uffar-Collington
Marketing officer at Sagicor Group Audia Cadogan assists daughter Sapphire with her meal

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