When you lose the person you love, there are always stages for healing in order to finally come to terms with the unfortunate ordeal.
This usually varies from person to person whereby while some may take a shorter time to heal, others usually take a longer time.
Well this is exactly the case for Willis Raburu's ex-wife Mary Irungu alias Marya Prude, as she belongs to the latter category of people.
Photo: Marya Prude
This is because ever since the former lovebirds lost their unborn daughter Adana late in 2019, life has never been the same for the beauty queen.
She has infact always thought of the daughter and she even got her name tattooed on her left arm as shown below.
Aside from the tattoo Marya Prude has also always remembered the child during some throwback posts, or through special days like on October 15 when the world was marking the Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.
On that day she took to her Instagram account and penned the message shown below.
Recently however Marya Prude disclosed on her insta stories that she also bought a new bracelet with Adana's name.
It also also had her date of birth marked as the 30th of December 2019, and she wore it on her right hand as shown below.
Aside from Adana, Marya Prude also once disclosed that she had lost another pregnancy whilst still married to Willis Raburu.
Both were unfortunately due to stillbirth that occured due to pregnancy complications.
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