Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic many people were forced to remain in their homes during this Christmas season and this included our celebrities.
They therefore chose to share their family Christmas photos with their fans online and wishing all of them Merry Christmas and Happy New year.
The Karanjas is a family of Cate Actress and Philip Karanja. The couple is blessed with two children Karla and Leon. They blessed their fans with a family photo with the men wearing Black trousers and white shirts while the ladies in gorgeous dresses.
The Wajesus family
The Wajesus family rocked in black and red outfits during their photoshoot. They went for their photos at Village market where they accompanied a video with a Christmas song. The men wore African attire while Milly wore a long lace and sequin dress.
The Mathenges is a family of musicians non other than Wahu and Nameless, they are blessed with two girls Tumi and Nyakio. They wowed their fans with the ladies in gorgeous dresses and Nameless rocking in a suit and a hat.
They amazed their fans in Maasai outfits. They embraced the culture as they wished their followers and fans a merry Christmas.
Jalango and his wife
They were dressed by Liru designs where they rocked in African outfits that looked awesome on them.
Maureen Waititu and the Boys
Maureen is a content creator, she and the boys Lexi and Tai dressed in white and red matching outfits. She completed her look with beautiful red boots.
They were all wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and happy new year, they also urged everyone to enjoy the holidays with their families.
Which of the above families do you think killed it in dressing?? Leave your opinion in the comments section.
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