Emily Ratajkowski Shares the Cutest Vlog of 2-Year-Old Sly Exploring in Tokyo

Emily Ratajkowski had plenty of fun in Tokyo. Other than her now viral run-in with Harry Styles, the model and My Body author also enjoyed some time with her two-year-old son in the city.

In a vlog posted to her TikTok account, EmRata shared a sweet glimpse at toddler Sylvester Apollo as they explored Tokyo's teamLab, a museum specializing in art and digital technology, during a fun day out.

"Sly had the best time ever," the High Low podcast host narrated in the TikTok video, which showed clips of her and Sly walking through different rooms at the museum. "That first room is filled with flowers and mirrored walls and ceilings and he just couldn’t get over it. He was actually dancing and just smiling so much. Then, we walked into this other room that was filled with LED lights that felt like you were in heaven. I could’ve spent all day in there. I'm not a big meditator, but it kind of made me want to meditate. Sly loved this room a lot. He couldn’t get over the mirror reflections and it just looks so cool, him walking around like this."

The mother-and-son duo coordinated in funky, colorful outfits for the adventurous day. EmRata wore a teal crop top, baggy olive green trousers, and a yellow and black jacket by Come Tees. She also tied a blue sweater around her waist. Meanwhile, Sly looked adorable in a light blue button-up emblazoned with a dark brown horse pattern, a teal knit vest with light blue squiggly stripes, and beige cargo pants.

"I'm very proud of his outfit," EmRata said.

She concluded in the vlog, "Next time you’re in Tokyo, I highly recommend checking this place out. It was amazing."

EmRata shares Sylvester with ex-husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.

The model talked about how becoming a parent has changed her priorities for Harper's BAZAAR's November 2022 cover story. "I've never had such clear priorities before in my life," she said. "Number one is Sly, and that's that. [Motherhood] made me re-evaluate what's important to me, like, what do I want to teach my son?"

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