Mzansi actress, Samela Tyelbooi, took to social media to share the first snap of her new bundle of joy, her baby girl.
The Generations: The Legacy actress announced her pregnancy on social media, by posting a snap of the July cover of Mamas and Papas a few weeks ago.
Samela gave birth to her second child and little princess soon after her bold announcement. But Samela, like most celeb mothers, took her time to reveal her baby girl to the world.
When Samela shared the snap of her on the magazine cover, she also shared a snap of her baby girl and wrote a beautiful message.
“The week that was.... Thank you @mamasnpapasmag for a fun shoot! You sure did the things and transformed me into a #glammama to be! Never did I ever imagine! And then the #bundleofjoy arrived on Monday!!! After a period of grief and weeping...joy did indeed come. We are so blessed and thankful for baby Sim....❤❤❤.”
Click on the arrow in the middle right side of pic to view the snap of Samela's beautiful daughter.
Samela was showered with congratulatory messages and comments from her fans stating how beautiful her baby is.
Unfortunately not everyone got to see the snap of her baby, as it was so cleverly hidden under the magazine cover. Most of her fans assumed that she had posted a few shots from her magazine cover photoshoot.
Here are a few comments:
khanyonz: "Congrats Sam!! Welcome to the world little one. Can’t wait to meet you."
sibo1512: "Weeping may endure the night but Joy comes in the Morning... So happy about the Bundle of Joy.... Looking Stunning."
primdelaprimo: "And there's a baby cuteeeeeeeeeeeeeee."
About four weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi actress, Samela Tyelbooi, who stars in Generations: The Legacy, is pregnant with her second bundle of joy.
It is believed that Samela was 8 months pregnant back in June. The actress’s firstborn child is now 21 years old. A big age difference but a wonderful blessing indeed.
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