Victor Wanyama’s bae, Serah Teshna, shares her stadium suite’s private box
Actress Serah Teshna, wife of renowned Kenyan footballer Victor Wanyama, recently shared the behind-the-scenes of a private box inside a stadium suite.
In a video she shared with her TikTok followers, Teshna showed her online followers what a private stadium box suite looks like and what happens there.
She explained that the private suite is where the player brings his or her family, friends, and management to relax before the game.
“Basically, this is our private stadium suit…,” Teshna said as she showed what the room looked like.
The cozy room comes with several amenities, including refreshments and meals. It is also a vital networking point.
“So this is what a private stadium box looks like. As you can see, a magician came to entertain us and I loved it. You can also give an entertainer a tip if you want,” Teshna shared.
Suites come in a few different sizes.
A basic suite or executive suite comes with a separate living space connected to one or more bedrooms. This setup is sometimes also called a master suite.
A mini-suite or junior suite refers to a single room with a bed and sitting area.
Teshna is a renowned Kenyan actress, television presenter, and businesswoman.
She has been featured in numerous films and television shows, including Lies that Bind. She has also hosted television shows in popular national media.
The actress and Wanyama have dated for seven years. The couple is blessed with a kid.
Wanyama, one of the country’s richest footballers now plies his trade at Montreal Impact in the Major League Soccer (MLS). posted a picture of his bae with a sweet caption, “I choose you, and I will choose you over and again. Happy 7th anniversary, love.”
In a rejoinder, Teshna wrote, “Love you to infinity, baby. Happy anniversary to us, love,”
The two lovebirds managed to keep their union from the public eye for five years before going public two years ago.
Previously, Wanyama has captained the Kenya national team at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
He has also turned out for top European sides include Glasgow Celtic, and English sides Southampton and Tottenham, a team he played for in the final of the UEFA Champions League.