Photo; Salma Mbuvi.
Unlike her elder sister Saumu Mbuvi whose personal life is out in the public eye and doesn't keep it under the wraps, her younger sister Salma Mbuvi is relatively a private person and loves to keep most of her personal life away from the limelight.
The beauty queen is so private that she rarely shares photos of her children on her social media platforms.
However today as they both turned a year older, the elated mother of two couldn't keep calm and even penned them a heartwarming birthday message to them and assured them of her love.
She also appreciated them for the joy that they bring into her life.
Salma Mbuvi shared their photos on her Instagram account and accompanied it with a caption saying;-
" Happy birthday to my lovely babies You are a treasure from up above, who brings me so much joy and love. Mummy Salma Loves you."
Even though the beauty queen never disclosed the names of both her daughters, it is clear that one is way much older and the other and they remarkably share the same birthday on the 8th of March every year.
Here are their photos.
Photo; Salma Mbuvi's daughters.
Salma Mbuvi is the second born among the three daughters of Mike Sonko and she has two other sisters namely Saumu and the youngest Sandra.
Photo; Mike Sonko's daughters (Saumu, Sandra and Salma).
All the daughters are birthed from different mothers with Saumu being from Mike Sonko's late wife Njeri while Salma's mother is reported to be from another woman who passed away on December 2015.
Sandra is the only daughter that Sonko has birthed with his current wife Primrose Mbuvi.
Photo; Mike Sonko and his wife Primrose Mbuvi.
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