Janet Mbugua and her ex-husband Eddie Ndichu appear to have reunited over the holiday season in a cute family photo.
Two photos posted on social media show a happy time for the couple, who formerly appeared to be Arsenal FC players and fans.
Eddie captioned it, "Wueh, look at 2022, #BeStill, #backtobuilding2023, Be2B23." The caption features people excitedly saying that family comes first.
Janet and Eddie are seen sitting on a couch with their two sons by their sides. They happily looked at each other, making cute faces in front of the camera. Janet Mbugua and Eddie Ndichu with their families Image: Instagram
Eddie Ndichu and Janet Mbugua are on vacation.
Eddie shared the happy moment, captioning how he can't wait to make things better in 2023.
He can also remember the better days before they divorced.
He wrote, "How does it feel to look back on 2022?" It was a scary year filled with bold dreams and wild ambitions. We no longer question it. No mystery, no charm. All of this will soon become history, and we will enter another year that will keep us guessing and curious. Repeat, @bikozulu. Whatever you have been through, you have been planted. Lessons are what you reap. Keep calm. Go back to building yourself and your dreams! "I wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy 2023."
In May 2022, a source close to Mpaso whispered to newswriters that Janet Mbugua had begun divorce proceedings.
Janet and Eddie Ndichu were married in a colorful wedding ceremony in 2015 at Chaka Ranch in Nyeri County. They ended their alliance a few years ago.
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