- Cici is approaching the birth of her first child
- While she is very excited, she is also saddened by the fact that her family won't be able to be there thanks to the coronavirus
- At least her bae and baby daddy will be there for the birth
Cici is battling a whole other coronavirus limitation issue – the birth of her precious blessing.
This coronavirus has limited the globe in more ways than we can even count, and being pregnant on top of it is just the cherry on the quarantine cake.
Briefly.co.za knows that Cici is expecting the arrival of her baby any day now, which hasn’t made this lockdown any easier for her.
The 21-day lockdown means that Cici’s family will not be allowed to visit her or their new member once she has given birth.
Giving birth is one of the greatest gifts in life and being able to share it with loved ones makes it all that more special.
While Cici is extremely excited to have her baby enter the world, she is saddened to think that her family won’t be able to share the moment with her.
Netcare, among many other hospital groups, has suspended visitations and restricted them stringently.
Taking to social media, Cici expressed her sadness, letting her followers know how awful this lockdown is in regards to her giving birth.
“I’m so disheartened by the fact that my family might not be there to welcome my little one bayangbiz ema khaya.”
At least Cici will have her bae and baby daddy with her. Good luck momma, the moment will be special nonetheless.
In other news, back in 2019, Cici made it clear that she was accounted for and officially off the market.
Briefly.co.za and the rest of her fans are pleased to see that Cici has found true and lasting love. Cici deserves nothing less than to be treated like an absolute queen.
Taking to social media, Cici posted some super cute snaps of herself that got people thinking.
Cici captioned the one snap with, “Forever and for Always” along with a marriage ring emoji, and this is what sent people’s minds racing.
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