Kuala Lumpur ― Nora Danish is a proud mother with her eldest son Putra Rayqal Ramli embarking on an exciting chapter in his life.
The 12-year-old has just been enrolled at the prestigious boarding school Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar (KTJ) in Nilai, Seremban, Negri Sembilan. Nora is confident that Putra Rayqal will not only adapt well, but also excel in his studies at the boarding school.
Nevertheless, the 39-year-old star shared in an Instagram Story recently that she was sad to “let him go” and will miss him dearly.
“School is not very far from where we live. My dearest son Putra Rayqal is not going as far as London. Yet I feel so sad letting him go,” said Nora Danish.
The Polis Evo star also uploaded a video of herself holding Putra Rayqal’s hand tightly as she helped him unpack his bag in his hostel room.
In its caption, she said: “I don’t want to go home, I want to work here!”
Nora added that Putra Rayqal was her strength and reason for what she is today, reported New Straits Times.
“Mummy is going to miss you a lot. I don’t know if I can handle this but I have got to be strong for you.”
Rayqal is Nora’s son from her first husband Rizal Ramli whom she was married to from 2006 to 2008.
Nora also has a three-year-old son Neqayl Nedim or Ney Ney from her second husband, businessman Nedim Nazri, whom she married in 2017.
Born Mar 7, 1982, Nora binti Mohd Danish Hanif also known as Nora Danish is a Malaysian actress, rapper, singer, model, television personality and businesswoman.
Nora was born to parents of Arab-Malay and Burmese descent. She received her education at SMK Convent [ms] in Kajang. Her entertainment career started in 2004 when she first appeared in Hotlink Mysterious Girl ads.
She first gained attention in television when she starred in a lead role for a comedy sitcom, Puteri. In 2013, Nora appeared in three Malay films Lagenda Budak Hostel, Mencari Cinta & 2 Kalimah. /TISG