Photo: Ivy Namu and Willis Raburu
This was clearly seen in the latest video clips that the lovebirds shared on their insta stories, where the two threw an exquisite birthday party to mark the milestone.
According to the posts the theme colour for the event was green, even though there were also gold and white colors.
Even though the venue was undisclosed, Mali also had a cake labeled 'Wild One'. Fruits were also plenty for the invited guests who graced the event.
Photo: Ivy and Mali
Willis Raburu donned a green shirt and black trousers, while Ivy Namu stunned in a blue dress as seen in the photos below.
Today's celebration means that baby Mali was actually born on the 3rd of July 2021.
It also shows that the lovebirds had waited for two more days before they disclosed the good news to their fans.
It can be remembered that Willis Raburu shared the news on July 5th, and at the time he posted a photo of the young one holding one of his fingers.
Today's celebration also comes at a time when the lovebirds are expecting their second child together.
It can be remembered that on the 26th of May they shared the big news via a joint post, where it was clear that Ivy Namu was already heavily pregnant.
They the captioned it:
"WE DID IT AGAIN! One more to adore! #Bazu #Mazu #Babybazu+1".
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