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Ex-KBC Presenter weds longtime boyfriend in Denmark (EXCLUSIVE)


Ex-KBC Presenter Elizabeth Irungu weds longtime boyfriend in Denmark

Former Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) presenter Elizabeth Irungu walked down the aisle with her fiancé in Denmark.

In photos exclusively acquired by Pulse Live, Ms Irungu said ‘I do’ to his half German-half Austrian boyfriend who is also a former footballer.

The two made official their union in an old Danish castle overlooking the beach in a viking themed ceremony in an invites-only affair that was attended by her banker fiancé’s family, football officials from the club he used to play for (LASK Linz) and a few friends from Austria.


The former TV host who has been described as controversial before, owing to her highly opinionated statements about various issues and other people has been sharing pictures of her fiancé while at the same time hiding his face because he prefers to remain private due to the nature of his job.

According to our source, the couple paid for flight tickets for all guests invited to share the unforgettable moment with them. The flight tickets, food and beverage are said to have cost a total of 400, 000 Euros which translates to about Sh41.6 million.

The bride donned a sleeveless elegant European styled alabaster white sequined mini dress made by French designer hired to work on the dress that was completed with a touch of feathers and embroidery handpicked from different European countries by the designer.



Ms Irungu who has since moved to Austria first disclosed details of her Mzungu boyfriend in 2017.

“My main boyfriend the main squeeze in my life right now, used to play for a football club in Germany and later England but is currently retired from professional football and presently works as a boss at an International bank in Europe so don’t expect me to ever put his pics on my public social media! NOP NEVER! I simply won’t,” she wrote in a post.


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