Comedian Njugush and his wife Celestine Ndinda aka Wakavinye have revealed the face of their new son. The couple revealed it in a family photo they both posted on their Instagram accounts.
The couple welcomed baby Toria in October, but kept the news under wraps until Wakavini shared the good news on Saturday, September 17.
"It's been 1 month since we welcomed our new family member, Baby Toria. Thank you all for your wishes and dreams. Mom and boy, Tugi and Toria," wrote Wakavinye.
Njugush and Celestine first shared news of their pregnancy in April 2022 when the couple hosted Thick and Thin 3 at a Nairobi cinema. However, Celestine explained that they never planned the pregnancy announcement.
"It's not a surprise, but the funny thing is, it's a really good surprise. "I saw people saying the best pregnancy announcement, it didn't happen, we didn't have a place to sit and let's announce the pregnancy," he said.
"But they took it as an announcement because they saw it for the first time. I didn't even see it coming, but I'm happy but you're surprised you're pregnant," she said.
She also said that they don't plan to share their pregnancy journey, especially in the delivery room, because that's not the kind of content.
"We are into comedy content and not lifestyle, I don't think our tour is like that," he said.
Before the couple gave birth in August, they had a lavish baby shower. The baby shower was attended by close friends and family, including celebrities from the film and music industries.
Everything about the orange and white themed baby shower was glamorous and glamorous because everything was topped with a touch of royalty.
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