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Emily Ratajkowski introduced her father

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The model was born in London to John David Ratajkowski, a Pole, and Kathleen Bulgley, a Jew.

American model Emily Ratajkowski shows her father John David Ratajkowski. He shared the pictures on Instagram for Father’s Day.

The runway star of Polish-Jewish origin showed four photographs of her father, two of which were archival. In one, she is dancing with her father, and in the other, she is studying architecture in the city, sitting in her father’s arms.

In another, Emily’s father, an art teacher, holds his grandson Sylvester in his arms.

Emily was born in London to a Polish and Jewish mother, Kathleen Bulgley. Subsequently, the family moved to the United States.

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To be remembered, Ratajkowski separated from her husband, American film producer Sebastian Behr-McClard after four years of official marriage. The couple has a son, Sylvester, who will turn two on March 8, 2023.

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