Kenny Kunene and wife expecting baby number three

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Kenny Kunene is ecstatic about his third child with wife Nonkululeko Mhlanga.
Kenny Kunene is ecstatic about his third child with wife Nonkululeko Mhlanga.

When he first came into the spotlight, his claim to fame was his lavish lifestyle and labelling himself the king of sushi, eating platters of the decadent raw seafood off models' bodies. 

But since getting married in 2017, he has toned down to being a family man, businessman, and politician. 

Kenny Kunene and his wife Nonkukuleko Whitney Mhlanga (27) have recently announced that they are expecting their third child and Kenny’s sixth child. Kenny took to social media to share the good news in a series of family portraits. 

“We are expecting,” he wrote. 

“We thank God and the Ancestors for another baby, a blessing we don't take for granted.” 

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Kenny and Nonkululeko got married in 2017.

They hosted the traditional Zulu Umembeso ceremony in Kimberly followed by a lavish traditional wedding attended by 600 guests. In the same year, the couple welcomed their first child Remo (Baby billionaire Kunene), a year later they had Reemona.

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"Thank you for taking the birth pains again my love. I was by your side during the birth of Remo, now I also witnessed the birth of our new bundle of joy Reemona. Thank you MaRemo for believing in me and our love when most reduced me to a love dropout,” he wrote. 

“Thank you for sacrificing everything to be my wife and the mother of my kids even those from my previous marriage. The birth of Reemona is a further confirmation of our commitment to each other and our family. I love you with all my heart and soul. I thank God and our Ancestors for the healthy newborn and also for your excellent health before, during n after delivery."

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