Former NTV Presenter Faith Muturi and Hubby expecting Baby number 3 (Photos)

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Faith Muturi Ngugi and her Hubby George Ngugi

Former NTV Crossover 101 host Faith Muturi Ngugi and her Hubby George Ngugi are expecting baby number three into their family.

In an update seen by Pulse Live, a thankful Ms Muturi narrated that a few years ago they were told by doctors that their chances of having kids were extremely low, but she is greatful to be carrying another miracle.

“Some of you know our story, that 3 doctors. Not one, not two, but 3 competent and credible doctors we respect, told us on different occasions that our chances of getting a baby were extremely low.

BUT GOD🙌🏾 Here we are, 3rd miracle December baby.

He did it again. 🙏🏾 Jesus, you do all things well. Be praised, forever and always 💜💝 Cc: @george_ngugi_ shared Faith Muturi.

The couple welcomed their first born baby named Lemuel Imani in December 2016 and a bouncing baby girl on December 11th, 2018.

In a past interview, the TV Personality who walked down the aisle in December 2015, revealed that her husband proposed to her three times before their marriage.

“He blew me away. He proposed three times, with three rings, three days and three different locations; Villa Rosa Kempinsky, Rift Valley and Limuru and I said yes to all. It was so special” remembered Faith Muturi during the Interview.

Faith walked away from Crossover 101 to pursue an alternative career as a mentor through her company, Delve Training Limited at a time she was at the peak.

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