It is so refreshing that the secret is out. No more guessing games, the birth of a baby girl to the 90’s icon turned media personality, Thembi Seete was indirectly confirmed.
Last weekend, Seete put up a Mother’s Day post and directed it to her daughter.
She is an ageless beauty who makes the perfect candidate for this product. She has aged with grace and pride and hardly looks a day older than when she first become visible in the public eye in the 82s and 90s.
Romours started after Thembi started looking a bit fuller in her outfits, reported Briefly.co.za. The poofy red dress she wore at the Ponds event, created even more attention.
This is what has been found out so far about Seete’s very private new relationship and the pregnancy.
1. Speculation that the baby might have been born in April
A picture of Thembi receiving flowers from colleagues at Rhythm City was shared last month. Was this a bouquet to say congratulations on the birth?
Confirmation has been received from various sources that the birth of Thembi’s baby was a while ago and she has taken some time out to enjoy motherhood in privacy.
2. Her partner, who is believed to be Collen Mashawana may be the baby daddy
Mashawana was formally married to Lerato Zah Moloi who he has a baby with. However, multiple published reports link Seete to Mashawana.
If this is true, it would explain the gifts Seete has received recently. These include a new Range Rover and Louis V handbag.
3. Her baby girl's name is possibly Dakalo
Since 31 December 2017, Thembi has been using the hashtag #Dakalo paired with a pink bow on all her posts. Her New Year's Eve holiday snap captioned "Goodbye 2017 #Dakalo new journey 2018 ❤️."
It may have appeared that Thembi was ushering in the New Year, but we can assume she was confirming her pregnancy and the fact that her baby girl’s name was decided on.
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