Scandal: Xolile is pregnant and fans are hoping it's Romeo's baby

Scandal: Xolile is pregnant and fans are hoping it's Romeo's baby

Xolile is back from Europe and with her she brings news. She's pregnant with her first child, and Mthunzi is on cloud nine. The expectant mother isn't as excited though. Scandal fans are hoping Romeo is the father.

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Xolile's return from Europe brought news that Mthunzi has been dying to hear. She's got a bun in the oven.

The mother-to-be does not look very excited though. In fact, she looked a little sick when she found out she was pregnant.

In a desperate attempt not to sleep with her husband, Xolile lied and said she's preggies. When Mthunzi wanted proof, it showed she was actually expecting without realising it.

That's one lie that came back to bite Xolile because she lied about being pregnant in the past. While she may have lied out of fear, this time it's for real.

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Briefly.co.za saw that Scandal! fans are hoping with all their hearts that the baby growing inside Xolile is actually Romeo's and not Mthunzi's.

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Here's what fans of the show had to say on social media:

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One fan is quite sceptical:

Xolile gave Mthunzi news that he's been dying to hear for a long time: she's pregnant.

The expectant mother isn't nearly as excited as her husband, and fans are hoping Romeo is the father of the bun in her oven.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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