Willis Raburu and his wife Ivy Namu have today introduced their daughter on social media for the first time since she was born.The daughter is now three months old and they can't just keep calm.
Posting her photos her mother Ivy Namu said that the little Raburu baby Yara was sending seasonal greetings to Kenyans.Baby Yara is the second born of the family.She insisted that it was God's grace in baby Yara's face.
The mother of two said that the photo she posted was her daughter's photo at 7 weeks but she is now three months and she just can't keep cool.Her dad Willis Raburu reacting to post,he called her my little princess with a lot of joy in it.
Kenyans were so impressed with her beauty and many were divided on who looks like who.Some insisted that the baby looks like Ivy while others suggested that she looks like the father Willis Raburu.
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