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Check Out The Schools Celebrity Kids Who Speak American English Attend

Being a rich kid would be any child's dream as you are able to get a very wealthy lifestyle and education. However not every child has gotten that chance. Some have to toil to reach wherever they would wish to be as others are born in riches. Celebrities work hard to invest on their children right from education and all stuff. Here are the celebrity kids that speak British/American English and the schools they attend.[Photo|courtesy]

1. Ladasha

Ladasha Belle Wambo is size 8 and DJ Mo's daughter. The little princess has always left netizens in awe whenever she speaks. Her clips where she speaks fluent American English normally go viral causing admiration online. Wambo goes to a school called Montessori Learning Centre located in Westlands, Nairobi. They are taught using the British National Curriculum and that's how she learns the accent.[Photo|courtesy]

2. Stephanie Mumbus

Mumbus is the only daughter to actor Abel Mutua and Judith Nyawera. Her video recently surfaced online where she was stating her role model. Netizens could not help noticing her fluency in English plus the accent. Mumbus attends one of the most expensive schools in Kenya called Nova Pioneer Schools.[Photo|courtesy]

3. Tiffah

Latifah Dangote is Zari and Diamond's only princess among boys. The little girl has always left netizens admiring her boldness and accent while speaking. Tiffah goes to a school in South Africa though the name is not yet known.[Photo|courtesy]

4. Imani

Imani is the daughter to Kenya Journalist Terryanne Chebet. She attends one of the most expensive and luxurious schools in Kenya known as Pembroke House School which offers British National Curriculum.[Photo|courtesy]

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