Nkateko ‘Takkies’ Dinwiddy proudly announces arrival of baby number 2

Nkateko ‘Takkies’ Dinwiddy proudly announces arrival of baby number 2

- Nkateko ‘Takkies’ Dinwiddy, hubby and firstborn welcomed their new family member

- Takkies and Chris already have a beautiful little princess named Sana, and just added another named Suri

- Taking to social media with great pride, Takkies revealed that baby Suri is here and that they are in a awe of her existence

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Mzansi born London-based beauty Nkateko ‘Takkies’ Dinwiddy, hubby and first born welcomed their new family member into the world.

While it is not the most ideal time to be bringing an innocent life into this world, a baby is one of life's greatest blessings.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Takkies and her hubby Chris were expecting their second little blessing who recently showed face.

Takkies and Chris already have a beautiful little princess named Sana. Takkies recently gave birth to another baby girl and her name is Suri.

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The Dinwiddy family is growing and Takkies and Chris couldn’t feel more blessed.

While Takkies had a bit of a rough lobor, baby girl came out super healthy and momma cannot belive the power of the female body.

Taking to social media with great pride, Takkies revealed that baby Suri is here and that they are in a awe of her existence.

“We did it!!! Against everything that 2020 is giving the world, we powered through.
So happy to announce that baby number 2 is here and her name is SURI DINWIDDY.
Birth went mostly to plan and we were home the next day. @sanadinwiddy is loving her sister, and @dinnersc makes a brilliant birth partner.
The power of God and a woman’s body to create, grow and birth a whole new human is incredible. We have the capacity to do amazing things, never doubt yourself.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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