Kenyan volleyball queen moves on from her broken marriage to a hot young Italian (Photos)

It’s no secret that Janet Wanja, Kenya’s volleyball captain is not only one of the hottest sportswomen around but also one of the hottest women in Kenya.

Janet Wanja

This was in a very private, very intimate wedding on May 32014 at the Dinham Resort Garden, Tigoni , Kiambu county. Unlike many celebrities who enjoy an elaborate massive wedding, Janet decided to get married in an intimate ceremony that had 100 guests because she didn’t want pressure that comes with huge weddings.

“It was a very private and simple event. I did not want pressure. There are those who are angry at this decision yet these are people who don’t even have my phone number. I wanted this to be about us. There are some who are not talking to me. The same people I have never even talked for two years.” she told The Star newspaper.

After close to 2 years of marriage, various reliable sites claimed that Andrew and Janet had split up and her husband was spotted smoking Shisha and looking cosy with an unidentified woman.

Now Janet seems to have bounced back from her failed marriage and is now dating a younger and hot Italian man named Giulio Calauti.

Giulio is skilled in the IT sector as he is proficient in Network Administration, System Administraton with Windows/Unix and is a Java Programmer (J2SE).

He has worked as a Network administrator for BT Group plc and Enel, an Italian multinational manufacturer and distributor of electricity and gas.

Without further ado, meet the hottie who has won over Janet:

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