(Willis with his ex wife during their wedding)
Couples split and it's not the first time a celebrity divorce has dominated the headlines. But sometimes a second marriage is worth the wait.
Speaking to Mungai Eve on her YouTube channel he opened up about finding love after divorce. Willis revealed the secret is all about communicating, understanding that you are two different individual and seeking therapy.
"Everyone is an individual. No marriage or anyone is the same. You just have to realise that both of you are different. Communicate, talk what you are feeling, where you are at because even in the marriage things change.
You have to be willing to adopt to all this different things and if you can afford, seek therapy, go and talk to people who understand this things better than you. Therapy as an individual is important and therapy as a group is important."
Raburu was previously married to Mary Irungu alias Marya Prude but the marriage came to an end in 2020, shortly after losing their unborn daughter Adana.
When asked if it's true that he cheated on his ex wife he said,
"People will always talk about different things. At the end of the day ni wewe na huyo mtu know what the truth is. So, if that is the truth and we know it, we have moved past it. And if it's wasn't the truth, again we have also moved past it."
He went on to reveal that he was bullied for his failed marriage but God had good plans for him.
"There have been alot of cyberbullying, even in boardrooms watu wameniongelea"
The 10over10 host also revealed he is set to wedd his girlfriend after she gives birth.
"Harusi nayo tuko nayo. Hio niko hakika. Wacha mtoto akuje tuone vile itakua. For the avoidance of doubt, there will be a wedding."
( Willis with Ivy Namu holding their son)
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