Caroline Mutoko reveals unknown details about her son

Did you know that Caroline had a son?

Caroline Mutoko (Instagram)

Caroline Mutoko has been on the map for years but despite her fame, she has managed to keep a tight lid on her personal life only letting out information that she wants people to know.

Just recently, she let it slip that she has a son in a conversation with speech therapist Lorna Muthamia Ochido. Miss Mutoko disclosed that her son is 17 months (1 year five months) and his first words were his sister’s name ‘Nduku’ who he fondly calls ‘Kuku’.

“My housekeeper used to say that the first words my son would say are Nduku and I used to laugh at her. Sure enough when the boy uttered his first words, he said nduku as ‘kuku’,” she revealed during the conversation.

The revelation was met with surprise by fans as Caroline is very private.

“Congratulations on your son ❤❤ Miss Mutoko. Enlightening video,” worte Sparkle with Lav.

Veronica Macharia also admitted that she thought she was hearing her own things but after reading Sparkles’ comment she knew that she heard the right thing. “After reading this comment I had to rewind because I also thought I heard my own things...LOL.......Well, I hope we get to see the son someday.”

“Caroline. A son. You are amazing,” Beryl Walubengo commented.

Privacy

Caroline’s decision to keep some things to herself is so that she can have a cocoon or cave of love and understanding to retreat to.

“For some people, it’s a non-negotiable (sharing their personal life on social media), I am one of those people. It is not up for discussion and for me if you ask anyone who works in media like Caroline Mandi of True Love she will tell you that I am very clear, my home is off-limits. My home is not available and my circle of friends have the sort of lives and jobs that can’t afford nonsense and actually sometimes we both need plausible deniability to each other. So I don’t share that. I feel that sharing that leaves me very little in terms of places I could retreat to a cocoon or cave of love and understanding and just us-ness that has nothing to do with the rest of you. So yes some people will say no and I am one of them. And even when I have said yes before, I have watched the monster that can be social media and I have to choose very carefully what can be put out there, how much and in what manner,” Caroline said on her YouTube channel.

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