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Janet Mbugua celebrates two year anniversary in the bush (Photos)

"Love is a sweet thing"

Janet Mbugua

Just the other day Janet Mbugua and her husband Mr. Ndichu were celebrating their two year annivssary and the internet could not avoid talking about the epic moments.

Through social media accounts, Janet Mbugua have shared how epic her Celebration of two anniversary went down in the wild.

The anniversary that went down at the Borana Conservancy appears to be another level according to the Photos shared by Janet Mbugua.

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“For a trip that’s been two years in the making, Borana Lodge, part of the Borana Conservancy, did not disappoint. It seems that our having a baby and conflicting schedules between my husband Eddie and I meant it took us this long to work out the perfect time to make a getaway and boy were we right! On our two year wedding anniversary!”Posted Janet Mbugua on Instagram

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