Veteran journalist Janet Mbugua and her estranged husband Eddie Nderichu are serving couple goals as they rock Arsenal jerseys with their kids.Janet and her estranged hubby seem to have gotten back together after he posted a series of family snaps.
Ndichu has always been a present dad including throwing one of his sons a Manchester United-themed party this year.
In a lengthy post, the father of two wished his fans a happy New Year while reflecting on 2022.Elsewhere, the former Citizen TV news anchor jotted down a sweet message to her firstborn son on his seventh birthday.
According to sources close to the former Citizen TV news anchor, in the early stages of their relationship, Ndichu developed a long-term cheating habit before quickly becoming a full-fledged womanizer.
He was still accused of having affairs with various women while Janet was pregnant with their second child.Janet allegedly returned home early from work to find Eddie on top of a campus girl in their matrimonial bed, according to a close friend who spoke to blogger Edgar Obare.
𝐒𝐡𝐢𝐫𝐨: Am happy for them....may God restore the love they had when having those kids
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