Mzansi Celebs

Cuteness overload! Kelly Khumalo flaunts her baby girl – Photo

Well-known South African songstress Kelly Khumalo has shared a look at her lastborn, a baby girl after months of keeping her face hidden. According to Zimoja, the singer welcomed her third child with former Kaizer Chiefs player Mthokozisi Yende last April.

Kelly has two other children: son Christian with singer Jub Jub and daughter Thingo with the late soccer star Senzo Meyiwa.

Kelly Khumalo

On her Instagram Stories, Kelly Khumalo shared a pic of her baby. The little girl – who will turn one in April – was seen playing with pots and pans.

Driving us crazy already,” the mom of three affectionately shared.

Baby Luna

Kelly last shared a pic of the baby girl during Christmas last year. If her posts are anything to go by, she does not have a relationship with the baby’s father, allegedly Mthokozisi Yende.

Months earlier, Kelly hinted that all may not be well in the relationship department after posting a cryptic quote on her IG Stories.

It read: “Congratulations to those who found partners with pure intentions.

“That s*** is rare.”

In another Instagram post, Kelly Khumalo shared a hint of her baby girl’s name.

In it, Kelly thanked her eldest daughter for being a great helper. She also revealed the name of her baby girl.

She shared: “She’s convinced I’m her best friend, and so do. She’s the first person to knock at my door every morning……not to mention when it’s bath time for Baby Luna”.

In other news – PIC: Actress Katlego Danke finally shows off her newborn baby

Popular Mzansi actress Katlego Danke finally shared a picture with her newborn baby while breastfeeding on 23 February. Katlego Danke remains one of the most talented actresses in the country and has been in top drama series like Generations and Gomora.

Katlego Danke

Over the years, she made headlines when she had her firstborn daughter, where some fans connected her to Patrice Motsepe. Indeed, the Patrice Motsepe and Danke saga had been a mystery for years and refused to go away. Read More