The Celebrity couple of Cate Actress and Philip Karanja are adorable and many upcoming artists and young Kenyans looks forward to having such a family ties in future. However, Cate opened up that it was not easy growing up to be where she is now.
Talking to Churchill, She opened up that her mother took a loan of Ksh. 400,000 to educate her and she enrolled her at Makerere university in Uganda. But according to Cate, she had grown up as an 'Ushago' Girl and life to her was quite conservative, meaning she was not exposed to meeting boys.
But when she got to university, there was alot of freedom where girls and boys mingled freely in their hostels. In addition, the college was located close to city pubs, something which exposed her to more freedom and carefree life. Cate Says with such exposure, it only took her 3 months to get pregnant.
However since she was really a small girl, she could not believe. She really feared facing her parents and particularly her mother after she had taken a large loan to educate her and she dissapointed the mom for getting pregnant.
With fear, Cate wrote a letter to her mother and she left home to live with a friend. However when the mother read the note, she send for Cate to come back and the Actress admits it was not an easy ride home.
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