Renowned Kenyan comedian Timothy Kimani alias Njugush's wife Celestine Ndinda who is popularly known as 'Wakavinye' has always served us with simple but stylish outfits. She is currently pregnant with her second child but she is not letting pregnancy stop her from slaying. I mean pregnancy should not be enough reason for a woman to look unkempt. She has for a few number of times been spotted rocking trousers during her pregnancy period and I must confess that she really looked good. Well, provided you have a normal pregnancy, you can comfortably wear the trousers throughout your entire pregnancy. There are those with adjustable elastic means you can start wearing the trousers from the beginning to the end of your pregnancy. Well as long as a woman is comfortable and the trousers do not affect her pregnancy then she should rock them. I have sampled a few photos of her rocking her trousers during pregnancy. Check them out and tell me what you think. Please share your views concerning this article 🙏❤️.
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