Photo: Amber Ray
This was via recent posts on her insta stories where she paraded short video clips of some beautiful bouquet of flowers, and also the Remy Martin Club 35 Anniversary Champagne.
According to reports, the cognac is very pricy and a 700 ml one costs about Kshs 14,999 with the one for 1 litre costing Kshs 18,000.
Gushing over the gifts, Amber Ray also conspicuously focused the camera to a framed quote of Hebrews 13:5 which says "Never will I leave you, never will I forsake you".
What was clear about the video clips is that the gifts came with a blue envelope, which presumably had the details of the sender and the reason for sending them.
However Amber Ray conspicuously never disclosed the details let alone open the envelope.
This raised eyebrows because it is well remembered that Jamal Marlow has really never gotten over Amber Ray, who was his second wife before their split.
Case in point was how just days after the socialite had publicly disclosed to her fans that they had separated in July, she was later seen hanging out with the Matatu Operators Association chairman in Mombasa.
This left many of their followers wondering if their break-up was even real or just a mere clout-chasing exercise.
So if the gifts are from the city tycoon, could it be that he still loves the voluptuous socialite?
Photos: Amber Ray and Jamal Marlow
Well if the romantic gifts aren't from Jamal Marlow then they may just be from a new suitor, because we all know how Amber Ray is beautiful and she is undoubtedly admired by many.
Or they could just be from a close friend...who knows???
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