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Janet Mbugua's hubby unveils second born son's face for the first time(photos)

He is so adorable

The Ndichus

Janet Mbugua's Hubby Eddie Ndichu has showed off their second born son's face for the first time, 8 months after he was born.

Though his Insta-stories, Eddie shared a number photos chilling with his two sons Mali Mwaura (second born) and Huru (first born) giving his followers a glimpse of how his son looks like.

For the longest time, Janet Mbugua's fans have been yearning to get a glimpse of the sons face and the long wait is over as the photos are out.


The two love birds welcomed their second born in Mid-September 2018.

“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.

The former Citizen TV anchor waited until baby her first born Huru turned one in October 2016 before she unveiled his face to the public.


First photos of Janet’s son that showed his face hit the internet during his 1st birthday.

Upon giving birth most celebrities tend to hide their children’s face, with Ms Mbugua being one of them. Others include Brenda Wairimu, Size 8, Pierra Makena, Jacque Maribe, and Jane Ngoiri.

Michael Jackson was the first celebrity who kept the faces of his children hidden from the public.


Michael Jackson made his children, Prince, Paris and Michael Jackson II, wear mask to hide their faces from the public. He justified his decision saying he wanted his kids to have their own life without him.

Kenyan celebrities are now following in the footsteps of the fallen king of pop.


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