Celeb couple, Lexi Van and Mandla Hlatshwayo's welcomed their first bundle of joy and took to social media to express their, joy, happiness and gratitude.
Lexi shared a screenshot of her hubby's tweet revealing that their baby was born on Friday, 12 April at 9.28pm. She explained to her fans that she was quiet all this while because she was preparing herself mentally for giving birth for the first time.
She wrote: "I know I've been so quiet, but that's coz i just needed to physically and emotionally prepare myself for my biggest fear (birth!!! ) hence, the silence... I can't believe I'm a mom, to be honest, it feels weird and I still have to pinch myself...Pregnancy and motherhood is extremely overwhelming, but im sure I'll be fine. Mandla beat me to it, by posting, he's sooooo inlove baby was born on Friday."'
Lexi also thanked everyone for their well wishes. She wrote: "Thank you for all the well wishes, sweet messages and DM's. I appreciate the love. "
Two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mandla Hlatshwayo and Lexi Van rose to fame after their time on Big Brother Mzansi and have since gone on to have their own TV series. The happy couple hinted at being pregnant by sharing a video on social media.
After being part of the first season of Big Brother Mzansi, Mandla Hlatshwayo and Lexi Van became celebs overnight. The controversial couple made name for themselves when they 'did the dirty' on camera, and people thought they were just together for the reality show.
However, they proved their love after sharing their relationship in their reality TV series on Mzansi Magic, as reported by ZAlebs.
Briefly.co.za found that the couple recently celebrated their 5th anniversary with a social media post that hinted at a pregnancy.
Just over three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za also reported that former Big Brother star, Lexi Van, blasted cyberbullies when they tried to body-shame her. Everybody knows not to mess with a pregnant woman.
Briefly.co.za found out that Lexi recently lost her ‘ish' when haters decided to attack her pregnant body on social media. Lexi was sceptical of making her pregnancy public, and now we understand why.
Nasty cyberbullies decided to attack Lexi on social media. They called her ‘ugly’ on one of her Instagram posts. Yoh, do these people have nothing better to do than to attack a pregnant woman on social media? Totally unnecessary.
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