Cici's lil' prince has finally arrived: Meet her newborn baby Diallo

Cici's lil' prince has finally arrived: Meet her newborn baby Diallo

- Award-winning singer Cici has given birth to a baby boy

- The star has shared the first pic of her "lil' prince" with her followers on Instagram

- Mzansi celebs and Cici's fans have congratulated her on her baby's arrival

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Songstress Cici is ecstatic that her lil' prince has finally arrived.

The proud first-time mommy shared pics of her newborn son, baby Diallo, for the first time on Wednesday.

The award-winning singer said she couldn't wait to meet her baby.

She captioned her post:

"Love you @babydiallo_ my prayers have been answered. What more can I ask for."

The star has shared a second pic of her bundle of joy. She captioned the post:

"I couldn’t wait to meet him. God has been faithful... My baby."

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The Inyanga hitmaker's fans and celebs flooded her comment section after she shared her good news.

Shona Ferguson commented:

"Congratulations Cici. More blessings."

Zola Nombona wrote:

Yaaaaaay. Congratulations my honey."

Simphiwe Ngema said:

"Omg!!!! Congrats mummy."

Pearl Modiadie wrote:

"Congratulations babe!!!"

Refilwe Modiselle added:

"God is good and faithful, glory. Congratulations sthandwa @ciciworldwide. Blessings to you and your growing family. Muhle UMdali (God is good)."

Cici made the announcement of her pregnancy two months ago with a stunning pregnancy photo shoot posted to Instagram.

She posed in an exotic-looking natural location wading in a body of water in front of a gorgeous waterfall.

Recently quite a few celebs have celebrated bringing miracles into the world like Cici. has reported that muso Dr Malinga's wife, Boitumelo, recently gave birth to twin boys. Slikour and his wife Melissa also welcomed their bundle of joy in March this year. Thomas Gumede and Zola Nombona are also expecting their first child together.

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