IN PICTURES: See which South African celebrity babies made their grand entrance in 2019

accreditation
Scroll up for more cuteness!
Scroll up for more cuteness!

I so appreciate the celebrities who like to share their kids' lives with their fans. I mean really, they are so adorable: it's hard not to obsess over their cuteness.

Take a look at the beautiful babies our local celebrities welcomed so far in 2019:

Queen Nerfetiti Madida

Nefertiti_edited.

Aaraya Mapofu

Oros Mampofu and his girlfriend Bianca Cam announced earlier this year on Instagram that they were expecting a baby and were engaged.

View this post on Instagram

I am my parents smile keeper??????

A post shared by Aarya Mampofu???????? (@aarya_mampofu) on

Thoriso Kananelo Mputhi

Local television star Keke Mputhi showed off her son on the May 2019 cover of Mamas & Papas magazine. Since then she has been sharing more and more pictures of his son, Thoriso, on Instagram.

Omotola Kazadi

Although we don't know who her mother is, her father has been sharing pictures of himself with his beautiful daughter, calling her 'his valentine'.

Zanothando & Sisizwe 

Loot Love and Reason recently shared the beautiful snaps of their twins and for the first time ever South Africa got to see the girls cutely refereed to as 'Hip and Hop'.

Leah Lilli-Rose Schlichtig

Denise Zimba announced her miracle pregnancy over a long post explaining how she had to first get treatment for endometriosis. After welcoming her baby, Leah, she showed us a glimpse of her new bundle of joy.

View this post on Instagram

My Purpose |My Leah ??

A post shared by Denise Zimba (@missdenisezimba) on

Other celebrities who welcomed new babies this year:

  • Kay Sibiya and Judie Kama
  • Zoleka Mandela
  • Khaya Mthethwa and Ntando Mthethwa
  • Amo Chidi

Seeing as more celebrities are due to welcome their babies in the coming months, we could say that this is not the end to this story.

*This is a developing story!

Chat back:

Share your story with us, and we could publish your mail. Anonymous contributions are welcome.

Sign up for Parent24's newsletters.

Read more:

We live in a world where facts and fiction get blurred
In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. For 14 free days, you can have access to a world of in-depth analyses, investigative journalism, top opinions and a range of features. Journalism strengthens democracy. Invest in the future today. Thereafter you will be billed R75 per month. You can cancel anytime and if you cancel within 14 days you won't be billed. 
Subscribe to News24
Voting Booth
Zama zama crackdown: What are your thoughts on West Village residents taking the law into their own hands?
Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
Results
Authorities should bring in the army already
10% - 1534 votes
Illegal miners can't be scapegoated for all crime
54% - 8539 votes
What else did we expect without no proper policing
33% - 5182 votes
Vigilante groups are also part of the problem
3% - 497 votes
Vote
Rand - Dollar
16.20
+0.3%
Rand - Pound
19.66
+0.8%
Rand - Euro
16.62
+0.9%
Rand - Aus dollar
11.54
-0.0%
Rand - Yen
0.12
+0.6%
Gold
1,800.50
+0.6%
Silver
20.80
+2.4%
Palladium
2,224.00
-2.9%
Platinum
966.20
+0.5%
Brent Crude
99.60
+2.2%
Top 40
63,996
-1.0%
All Share
70,731
-0.8%
Resource 10
64,048
-2.8%
Industrial 25
86,577
-0.6%
Financial 15
16,059
+0.6%
All JSE data delayed by at least 15 minutes Iress logo
Editorial feedback and complaints

Contact the public editor with feedback for our journalists, complaints, queries or suggestions about articles on News24.

LEARN MORE