Diana Marua and Bahati welcome baby girl, keep it secret
Musician cum politician Bahati and his wife, rapper Diana Marua have welcomed their third child together.
According to sources close to the couple, Ms Marua welcomed her baby girl on Tuesday morning at Komarock Modern Hospital.
The couple has not yet announced the good news.
The mother of three also posted a picture of herself and her hubby in a hospital gown and captioned it, “This is the moment I’ve been waiting for for the last 39 weeks! I’m ready to meet my baby.”
Bahati captioned another photo, “It’s time to go into the operation room.”
The couple has not agreed on a name for their daughter yet. Bahati asked his followers to suggest names for the baby girl.
“Guys it’s funny that even at this last minute we have not yet agreed on our daughter’s name,” he wrote.
Marua had earlier penned a lovely open letter to her unborn daughter – confessing how she was already in love with her.
“My Heart is Beating Fast, My Baby is kicking harder, and the anxiety is real. We both can’t wait to meet each other 😭 I have grown to love you with every single cell of me.
I can’t believe I’m about to hold you for the first time, feel your warmth and the sound of your Heartbeat on my chest.”
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She added, “You and I have gone through several ups and downs. When I was down, you reminded me why I needed to keep on pushing. I could write a book about our journey, maybe someday, I will. For now, just know that you have the best Parents and Siblings in the world. I love you, Mi Amor, see you soon.”
The couple announced they were expecting their third child together in July. Revealing the news to their fans through YouTube, the couple released a new music video dumbed Nakulombotov, where the two express unconditional love toward their unborn child.
“Nakutamkia Baraka, nakutakia fanaka, tolea sadaka nyota yako itawaka. Nakutamkia neema isiyokuwa na mipaka, Maisha mazuri, uishi mamiaka. Maugonjwa na mikosi na zikae mbali. Malaika wakulinde,” Marua sings in part.
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