Meghan Markle with husband Harry and their new born son.

Kenyan celebrity mothers can take a few lessons from Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their first child, a son, on Monday 6, May 2019.

The royal couple named their first child Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

Unlike many prominent people or celebrities who hide their children’s face until they’re grown, Archie’s parents unveiled his face two days after his birth.

Meghan and Prince Harry
Meghan and Prince Harry with their newborn

Prince Harry’s brother William’s third child’s face was unveiled a few hours after birth.

Well, most of the local celebrity mothers take time to unveil their baby’s face. For some it is borne of a feeling of insecurity, for others, it’s to protect their children from trolls while for others still, it is for religious reasons -like with Muslims.

It’s an Islamic tradition that a baby’s face is only unveiled 40 days after its birth.

 

Michael Jackson was the first celebrity who kept the face of his children from the limelight and below is a list of Kenyans who’ve done the same.

  1. Janet Mbugua

Janet Mbugua

2. Jacque Maribe

Jacque_Maribe

3. Jane Ngoiri

Jane Ngoiri son

 

4. Brenda Wairimu

Juliani and Brenda Wairimu with their daughter
The couple with their daughter

5. Amina Abdi

Amina Abdi

 

Others, who also kept their babies faces private include Size 8 and DJ Pierra Makena. In Siz 8’s case, the gospel artiste cum pastor gave birth in November 2015 but hid her daughter’s face until January 2016.

 

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