- The consequences of drinking and driving can be terrible and a newborn has been denied of motherly love due to a driver's disregard to drunk-driving laws
- Yesenia Aguilar was killed by a drunk driver while taking a walk with her husband on August 11
- The 23-year-old lady was 35 weeks pregnant at the time and her daughter was delivered via emergency C-section
- A photoshoot that evoked emotions was set up for the baby by her father, James Alvarez
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A photoshoot which evoked emotions was set up for a newborn whose mother was killed by a drunk driver in California, United States.
The baby's father, identified as James Alvarez was walking out with his wife on August 11 when a drunk driver killed the 23-year-old lady named Yesenia Aguilar. The young lady was 35 weeks pregnant at the time, and while doctors couldn't save her, they did deliver her daughter via C-section, Daily Mail reports.
In some images, the cute baby could be seen posing with a picture of her late mother and some of the deceased's favourite things.
The baby had her little hand resting on a photo from her mother's maternity shoot. Other things she posed with included her mother's favourite flowers and her wedding veil.
In more positive baby news Briefly.co.za previously reported that Generations: The Legacy actress Manaka Ranaka is gearing up to welcome her third child into the world. While Ranaka just became a grandmother, she's becoming a mom again too.
The news that Ranaka is pregnant raised a few eyebrows as she has just become a gogo. However, Ranaka does not care what others say and is looking forward to meeting her precious princess.
Speaking to Daily Sun, Ranaka expressed how simple this pregnancy had been as she had done it twice before. Sis also made it clear that she is proud of her girl army and that people should stop putting such an emphasis on having boys.
"It’s the same feeling I felt when I had my two daughters, so this experience is nothing new. People have been saying they hope I’m carrying a boy, but we’ll see. I look forward to giving birth to a child. I don’t care if it’s a boy or a girl, as long as it’s not an animal.”
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