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Mother-in-law actress Jacqy popularly known as Tina has welcomed a bouncing baby Boy into her family.
An excited Tina shared that good news via her Instagram page, saying she prayed to God for a man and He gave her Son.
“I asked God to give me a man who will always love me. So he gave me a SON” reads Tina’s post.
In another post via her Insta-stories, Tina who is now a mother of two disclosed that she welcomed her bundle of Joy on June 19, 2020 but kept it a secret from the public.
Tina’s cousin cum actress Catherine Kamau aka Celina also congratulated the actress for being blessed with a healthy son.
“Congratulations to my beautiful sis @jacqytina can’t wait to meet our little prince . Am so happy for you” shared Kate Actress.
Netizens also joined the conversation showering the actress with lots of congratulatory messages.
“nycewanjeri “❤️❤️❤️❤️ the beauty ….🙌🙌🙌”
abelmutua “Yooooo!!!!!! Sareee!!!! Congrats dear!!! Hii imenipata off!!!!”
damssymumo.dm “Congrats hun…😘😘am soo happy for you hope one day I’ll meet u both…❤️u always😘”
jessicak.felix.9 “Yaani me nakupenda tena sana dada .. congratulations, keep working hard snd smart, you inspire me.😍😍😍😍😍”
simeon.ariga “Congratulations wishing you and your new born son good health”
millymax_kambua “Congratulations sweetie❤️❤️❤️🙏”
iamkate_wairimu “Beautiful dear!! Welcome baby!! More blessings”
elishibakaranja “Wah seriously! Congratulations my dear…”
mercybaya “Congratulations beautiful.met you the other day at the gyna and we immediately picked a conversation. Such a great soul..”
chikuta_doris “Aaaw… Congratulations yummy mummy 😘”
nashkibs “I was glad to make your Baby Shower Cake😘😘😘”
jackishii_reborn ‘Congratulations namesake,👏👏 uko mrembo sana 😘😘”
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