Brenda Mitchell and Bridget Shighadi are talented actresses who made us enjoy the Zora show. In addition to acting, these two have a unique fashion style. From casual to formal wear, let's take a look at her fashion style;
Brenda is a cinematographer, editor, interior designer and pet lover. Many may have known him from Zora's performances, but she has appeared in various movies, television commercials and even as a brand ambassador.
Although she has been in the art industry for some time, Alma has a unique fashion style that suits her personality.
Bridget is a Kenyan entertainer and business lady whose face is now recognizable to lovers of Kenyan soap operas. She played her first acting role in the series Maria on Citizen TV.
Bridget holds a degree in advertising from the University of Nairobi. In addition to playing, she is a blogger, youtuber and a model. Her hobbies include modeling, fashion and design. As a businesswoman, she has a clothing line known as Yendu.
The cheeky actress is married to actor and model Nick Mutum and they have a beautiful daughter. Bridget is a fashion lover who is not afraid to reveal her style. Her sense of fashion is something you have always admired.
Below are their beautiful photos;
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