A long list of celebrities were blessed with newborns in 2018.
TV girls like Lilian Muli, Janet Mbugua and Lulu featured on the long list of celebrities who welcomed new born into their families.
In July Celebrated Citizen TV news anchor Lilian Muli welcomed a bouncing Baby Boy.
The news of Ms Muli’s safe delivery was shared by Citizen TV who sent out congratulatory messages. She named her born Liam.
In mid-September, Janet Mbugua-Ndichu and her husband Eddie Ndichu welcomed their second born son Mali Mwaura.
“Mali.Mwaura.Ndichu 1.42PM 17.09.2018 weighing in at 3.8KG. We thank God for you my son and His favour in our lives! #ParentsAgain #Humbled #Thankful #Blessed,” Eddie wrote announcing the arrival of their bundle of joy.
On February 14th, Gospel Singer Kevin Bahati and his wife Diana Marua welcomed their first born Child at Karen Hospital.
The singer shared the good news via instagram account which has slightly over 1 Million followers.
The bouncing baby girl was named Heaven Bahati .
In October, former Nairobi Diaries Actress and NRG Radio Presenter Reedah Yvonne welcomed a bouncing Baby Boy.
The actress shared the good news via her Instagram account giving highlights of her pregnancy journey.
Ms Yvonne disclosed that her pregnancy was a smooth ride and rarely experienced morning sickness or Mood swings.
In March, Paul Ndichu and his wife Evaline Momanyi welcomed a new born baby into their family.
Mr Ndichu, who walked down the aisle with the love of his life (Ms Momanyi), were blessed with a bouncing baby girl named “Kwanza”.
Syombua Mwele Osiany
Popular Radio Citizen Presenter Syombua Mwele Osiany introduced her new born baby to the world for the first time after giving birth in May.
Syombua, who hosts the mid-morning show dubbed Chapa Kazi, shared the first photo of their daughter named Tabby Teko Osiany via instagram.
“And NOW....Introducing to you my flesh and blood,
Daughter of Ramogi,The Duchess of Kamagambo, Our ANSWERED PRAYER and JOY,
Herselufu. Tabby Teko Osiany” read part of the caption by Syombua.
Joy Doreen Biira
In April Former KTN News Anchor Joy Doreen Biira and husband Newton Kung’u welcomed baby number two into their family.
Joy Doreen, who works as the Advisor and strategic communication officer at the Ministry of Mining, shared the good newson Facebook, stating that she had been blessed with a baby boy.
In her post, Doreen mentioned that she was lucky enough to have been handled by the same doctors who helped her deliver her first child.
2017 was a good year for Michelle Ngele.
She got engaged to her longtime boyfriend Owen, a producer and director at the Standard Group and got married in an intimate traditional wedding.
In December 2017, Michelle disclosed that the blessings were still streaming in as they were expanding their little family.
Michele gave birth in May.
NTV news anchor and Wild Talk show host Smriti Vidyarthiannounced her pregnancy with a series of exquisite photos in May.
In the photos, a happy Smriti was seen flaunting her grown baby bump in the company of her colleagues from the Agha Khan owned Nation Media Group.
Months later the beautiful TV girl gave birth to a baby named Ariyana.
Lulu Hassan managed to keep her pregnancy under the wraps in the first trimester and part of the second trimester.
She also managed to keep the birth of her 3rd born under the carpet too.
Ms Lulu and Rashid Abdallah welcomed a baby girl in early September 2018.
Bridget Shighadi joined the list of Kenyan celebrity moms this year after giving birth to her child.
The child's father is rumored to be her on and off boyfriend, Actor and TV Host Nick Mutuma. Early March, Nick posted a photo of a newborn's hand holding his (Nick's) finger and simply captioned it "Dua".
In September, Ebru TV’s Let’s Talk show host Monique Angelyn Bett and her husband Richard Bett welcomed a bouncing baby girl.
In an announcement shared on her Instagram page, Ms. Monique revealed that she had given birth to her second born daughter whom she named Zara.