Khaya and Ntando Mthethwa welcome their first born

Khaya and Ntando Mthethwa
Khaya and Ntando Mthethwa

Proud father, Khaya, has announced that his wife Ntando gave birth to their first child on Sunday night. “Yesterday I experienced a love I never knew existed! Nyambose, Dingiswayo, siyakwamukela. @mthethwa_ntando I have no words to thank you Sthandwa Sami. Ngiyabonga,” read the announcement on Instagram.

Fans started speculating about the pregnancy in October 2018 after Khaya posted a picture of Ntando on Instagram with a caption that read, “May that glow continue to grow.” The couple later confirmed the rumours in December 2018 by sharing adorable baby shower pictures of Ntando sporting her cute baby bump.

 “Thank you for carrying one the greatest gifts in my life! May God bless this new journey babe @mthethwa_ntando ?? - now is it a boy or a girl?” captioned the then expecting father.

The couple has spared no costs when it comes to their bundle of joy, starting with a purchase of a luxury Merc stroller worth about R11 000. The stroller set includes a pram unit, pushchair seat, two aprons, diaper bag, cup holder, rain cover, mosquito net, changing mat and adapters. “Transportation for my little human and it makes mommy look equally as good,” gushed the then expecting mom on Instagram.

The couple reportedly dated for three months before tying the knot in December 2017.

Ntando had the sweetest message for her husband, describing him as a blessing.

“To a man I highly respect and admire. What a blessing it is to know you as my friend, husband, Pastor and confidant. I love you so much and I thank God everyday that I get to wake up next to you and face life with you by my side.”

Congratulations to the Mthethwas!

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