Watch: Marya Prude mourns daughter Adana in moving Tiktok post
Renowned fashionista Marya Prude has shared a Tiktok video that has left her fans sympathizing with her as she indicates she is still mourning the loss of her daughter Adana.
Sharing the video through her TikTok account, the accountant by profession expressed her sadness as she recalled the pain she went through on the dreadful day she lost her child.
In the video, a voice is heard speaking out the words, “It didn’t kill me, but something inside me died that day!”
This was accompanied by an image of a date written, “30/12/2019.”
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Many of Prude’s fans shared their heartfelt messages of sympathy while also giving her words of encouragement.
Marya Prude, whose real name Mary Irungu had two stillbirths during her marriage to TV personality Willis Raburu.
However, she decided to keep the matter private and away from the public eye because of insensitive trolls and critics.
Speaking to a local publication, Marya opened up about the heartbreaking loss of two infants that shook her to the core.
The heartbroken mum said she faced her pain in the harsh glare of the public and even took a break from her career to come to terms with the loss.
It was during this time that her marriage to Citizen TV’s Willis Raburu ended.
“My baby died in the womb after a few complications,” Marya said.
“I was in the 39th week of pregnancy and so I was in labour for about 14 hours. I gave birth normally after pushing three times but the baby came out dead.”
The couple had hoped to meet their baby after they lost the first pregnancy through a miscarriage at nine weeks.
“It was tough for us since we were trying to get a child,” she narrated.
Speaking about the pregnancy journey, Marya said it was smooth and that her sister conducted a gender reveal party for her.
Marya was previously known to be a staunch Christian, but her faith wavered after suffering the traumatic experiences.
To keep her daughter’s memory, Marya got a tattoo of her name on her left hand. She said the memory of her never goes away.
“Every time I’m in the shower and I look at my tummy or lying on my bed and my hand is on my tummy, it never goes away. She changed my life.”