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Vera Sidika: Not ruining my hourglass shape with another baby just yet

Vera Sidika, a socialite and Real Housewives of Nairobi cast member; is neither shy nor apologetic. She says what she thinks and loves drama, an entertainer in her own class. Here is what she had to say. 

I am not going to try to have another baby until after seven years. Don’t you see my hourglass shape and my (tiny) waist? I’m not messing that up anytime soon.

But then again, I have had two children in two years and I think I need to enjoy my children more before I can think of having another.

Yes, people think I travel a lot because that’s what I share most, but I spend more time with my children than most people. Literally,I think I am an ideal stay-at-home mum.

If you can get people to hate you, trust me, you are winning.

Call it drama or whatever but that’s just me being myself, living my authentic self, living my truth.

Currently, I am single and wild. I’ve got someone, I am going on dates, it’s exciting but I’m not getting serious with anyone and he shouldn’t too. I don’t want any commitment for now.

Divorce is not the end of the world, that’s what people need to understand.

While married, I was a little uptight and there are a lot of things that were happening in my marriage that people didn’t know. I held back on so much. But the Vera people love to watch is back, the carefree, dramatic Vera.

Why I love Nigerian men, without discrediting Kenyan men who are equally amazing, is because it feels different with them.

Nigerian men are very masculine, very alpha and for someone like me who is successful, who has done so well for herself, I feel like I need that.

Someone who won’t shy away from keeping me in check. I find most men get intimidated by women like us, but not Nigerians