Inooro TV's presenter Winrose Wangui has given love a second shot, just five years after her first marriage failed after 59 days.
At the time, Winrose was pregnant but decided to leave even after a huge wedding and start from scratch.
After she quit the marriage, her husband remarried almost immediately.
Infact, Winrose revealed that her child and the child of the woman her husband married are agemates, meaning that he was cheating on her during the short marriage period.
Winrose's New Husband
Winrose disclosed the face of her new husband on Sunday 10th October 2021 during the launch of her Charity organization known as Tunza Future initiative. She said that her husband was the first person she opened up about the initiative and he has been supportive throughout.
"I was to thank everyone who has walked with me in this initiative. I can’t thank you all, but I’m grateful to my husband, who was the first person I told,” she said.
In addition, she disclosed that she and her husband are expecting a baby.
Congratulations to Winrose Wangui. We wish her all the best in her new marriage and motherhood journey.
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