Diana Marua, photo used for illustration purposes only.
Being a celebrity can be overwhelming sometimes as everyone's eyes are on your every move. This may cause the celebrities to view normal things, such as pregnancy, as abnormal with many of them worrying what "people will say" and as a result hide their pregnancies.
The following are Kenyan celebrities who are rumoured to be pregnant at the moment but hiding it,
1. Diana Marua
Diana Marua or Diana B as she prefers to be called since venturing into music as a recording artist, has been rumoured for a long time to be expectant. At a get together organized by Bahati, he was asked whether Diana was pregnant but rubbised the claims, instead asking Diana Marua to go for a pregnancy test claiming he is not aware of her pregnancy.
The beautiful Tanzanian singer is rumoured to be pregnant for his boss Diamond.
Zuchu even added fuel to the rumours after she took to Instagram to lament saying she is gaining weight around her stomach and wondered how she would exercise.
3. Lilian Nganga
The former Machakos county first lady is also rumoured to be pregnant at the moment. Lilian shared a picture online last month where she appeared to be bigger and netizens assumed she was pregnant. She has not yet addressed the claims though.
4. Anita Nderitu
Rumours speculating the former Capital one presenter to be pregnant begun after she was spotted attending an event with a baggy cloth that covered her stomach. She has not responded to the claims too.
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