Stephanie and Hungani Ndlovu reveal they 'have a beautiful baby girl'

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Stephanie and Hungani Ndlovu.
Stephanie and Hungani Ndlovu.
Photo: YouTube/The Ndlovu's Uncut
  • Stephanie and Hungani Ndlovu are parents to a "beautiful baby girl".
  • The couple confirmed her birth in a video on their YouTube channel in August.
  • They have also shared their daughter's name – Rhulani Iyana Ndlovu.

Former Scandal! actors and YouTuber couple Stephanie and Hungani Ndlovu revealed their baby's gender and name in a video on their channel, The Ndlovu's Uncut.

In the video, the couple said they did not know their baby's gender until she was born, as Hungani wanted it to be a surprise. However, Stephanie said she had a dream "right in the beginning," which showed her they were having a baby girl.

"I am delighted to let you know I have a beautiful baby girl," Hungani said in part of the video. "Our beautiful genes, chromosomes and all those lovely things produced an amazingly beautiful, healthy, strong, alert, smart, intelligent genius in the making."

Discussing how they decided on the daughter's name, the couple said they made lists of names suitable for a girl, boy and neutral. Stephanie added that while considering different names, when they went away for their babymoon she found a pink stuffed toy with the XiTsonga name on it, making her feel that she received "confirmation" about their daughter's name.

"The name of our beautiful girl is Rhulani," Hungani said in the video. "This whole journey to getting the name was a fun journey, especially because we didn't know whether it was a girl or boy and just playing around with names and seeing our parents reacting to some of the names."

Their daughter's full name is Rhulani (be peaceful) Iynana (God is gracious) Ndlovu.


In August, the couple confirmed the birth of their first child in a video on their YouTube channel. They announced they were expecting a month earlier through a stunning photo shoot, shortly after opening up about their miscarriage in 2020.

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