Londie London shares the first picture of her baby

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Londie London.
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Image: @Londie_London_Official Instagram

Singer Londie London is officially a mom! The star took to her Instagram to share the news where she also revealed that the baby’s name is Uminathi Nkosi. 

She had announced in December 2020 that she was expecting her first child; this came after her fans had started suspecting that she could be pregnant. 

Londie London announced her pregnancy in December with this image taken by Seventwo Photography

At the time, she had shared a heartfelt letter to her unborn child expressing that she’s looking forward to the day she will get to hold the baby in her arms. 

Here’s the letter: 

You were fully & wonderfully made in the name of love. I haven’t even met you yet and I already love you beyond belief. My body has been changing in ways I didn’t think were possible. Just for you little one.

You wake me up every morning with your little flutters and waves of movement as you lay closely to my heart. I’m looking forward to the day when I get to hold you in my arms. We have been so excited for your arrival into this world. We talk to you, play with you and enjoy every moment of the special bond we have with you already.

I can only hope that we can be the parents that you deserve. We want to teach you to follow your own heart, to dream like there aren’t any limits and to feel the unconditional love of the family around you. We promise to guide you through life in the best way we can. We will let you make your own way but will never be too far behind to catch you if you fall. 

Thank you for being the light in my life. I love you. 


In what is now the first image she’s shared of her baby, the baby is dressed in Gucci and you can only see half of the baby's face and the adorable little hands.

Londie London shared this image of her baby on instagram. (@Londie_London_Official)

We wish her well on her motherhood journey! 

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