The stork’s been busy in celebville! Just look at these adorable new arrivals

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Take a look at our local celebrities that recently welcomed their bundles of joy. (Photo:
Take a look at our local celebrities that recently welcomed their bundles of joy. (Photo:

We’ve followed all their pregnancy updates over the past few months and now these celebs have welcomed the new additions to their families.

Talk about cuteness overload!

Minnie Dlamini Jones

On Monday morning, the media personality announced on her social media platforms that the king of her and husband Quinton’s castle, Netha Makhosini Jones, had finally arrived and it has truly been a magical experience, thanks to her great support system.

“Mad respect to all parents doing their best at raising their kids. This experience is no joke!!! So blessed to have such amazing support, my moms and most especially my amazing husband (I could cry at how great he is with the kid) Nothing great ever comes easy,” she tweeted.

Jo-Ann Strauss

It's been three weeks since the former Miss SA brought her fourth baby home, but she simply can't take her eyes off her third little girl. "As far as gifting goes, I think she takes the cake," Jo-Ann says. She gave birth on her husband Michael Held’s birthday.

Cheslin Kolbe

He’s one proud girl dad! The Kolbes recently welcomed their second daughter and the Bok star got to see it all. “Truly an unforgettable experience,” he says.

Jordy Smith

When baby Ziggy was born on 30 October, surfer Jordy couldn’t stop praising his wife, Lyndall Jarvis. “You are the most amazing woman and I am forever grateful to you for bringing him into this world safe and souns,” he wrote. “I love you and to all the moms out there...I salute you.”

Roxy Burger

The TV presenter’s baby boy is a bundle of squishiness, she says. Roxy gave birth to her second child last month with the help of a doula. She’s yet to name the newborn.


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