The stylish woman of God on late Monday night hit the kitchen to prepare a tasty meal for her fiancé Stanley Carmel.
Love in the kitchen: Flamboyant city preacher Lucy Natasha showcases her cooking skills before her fiancé Stanley Carmel.
In the video shared on their social media platforms, the lovebirds are seen embracing each other with kisses as they cooked sausages.
"Midnight Cravings with Hubby @stanleycarmel 🥰😍," Natasha wrote.
"Enjoy doing life with you my baby @revlucynatasha ❤️🔥," Carmel responded.
Kenyans were however wondering why they were still fully dressed at midnight.
Reacting to the video, fans wrote:
@Daniel Moi: We started like them but it ended in tears.
@Mercy Chess Magufuli: Yani wanapika na uniform.
@Nick Klau: Must they wear Kenya Navy uniform in the kitchen. Or it's salvation army uniform? Hawa pastor wa sikuhizi wamenishinda.
@Jane Wambui: Just boiling a sausage is a cooking skill haidhuru.
@Florence Mawia: The cameraman is overworking.
@Rising Star: Am not jealous but they should stop showing romance in public,as prophets of God.
@Odada: Midnight cravings? In that capsule_like style of dressing....? Anyway the bible urges us to always be ready for Jesus may come even at midnight like a thief
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