- Theo Kgosinkwe and Vourné recently said "I do" and now they're on their way to becoming parents
- Taking to social media, Theo announced the exciting news with some pictures from their gender reveal party
- Theo did not announce the gender, only the pregnancy, but that is good enough for now
Theo Kgosinkwe and Vourné have dropped some very exciting news, they are expecting! It is definitely baby season in Mzansi with all our favourite celebrities either giving birth or announcing they have one on the way.
Fans love to watch their fav celebs become parents. From the pregnancy announcement to birth, the public love to be a part of the whole process.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Theo and Vourné are expecting baby number one and could not be more excited. These two make a beautiful couple and we can only imagine the perfect little baby they are going to produce.
Theo and Vourné got married on 22 August this year. These two clearly wasted no time getting their family planning on and fans could not be happier for them.
Taking to social media, Theo announced the exciting news with some pictures from their gender reveal party. While the post did not reveal the gender, it did reveal the pregnancy. Congratulations you two!
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nhlanhla Nciza has took to social media to congratulate Theo and Vourné Kgosinkwe following their wedding. The stylish and elegant songstress has also shared that the bride and groom's masks were designed by her very own clothing line, NN Vintage.
The songstress made sure that Theo, who is her singing partner on Mafikizolo, and his beautiful wife adhered to the country's Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. She did a good job indeed. Theo and Vourné looked ravishing in their designer masks.
The fashion designer thanked the couple for trusting her brand with the masks. She shared a video of the lovebirds on her Instagram account and captioned it:
"Thank you Mr and Mrs Kgosinkwe for trusting @nn_vintage @nnvintage_chic with your Bride and Groom Masks. Congratulations once again."
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