- Generations: The Legacy star Manaka Ranaka has been keeping her precious bump off of social media up until now
- Manaka celebrated 20 years of being in the industry on Monday and Letoya Makhene’s bae, Lebo Keswa, took to social media to celebrate
- Lebo shared snaps from Ranaka's baby shower, which gave fans a glimpse of her baby bump
Excitement is in the air for Generations: The Legacy star, Manaka Ranaka. The actress is only three weeks away from being able to hold her third child in her arms.
Manaka celebrated 20 years of been in the industry on Monday. Family and friends were there to enjoy this exciting occasion.
There have not been any pictures of Manaka's baby yet on social media platforms. We were fortunate enough to see a peek after Letoya Makhene’s bae, Lebo Keswa posted a pic on Instagram.
Manaka will be taking maternity leave which will see her having a well-deserved break from the acting world.
Manaka expressed that even though it is nothing new for her to have a baby, she is super excited. She commented that the way she is feeling at the moment is nothing different to when she was carrying her two daughters.
Naturally, everyone is hoping Manaka’s third child will be a boy but as she said, everyone will have to wait and see when the baby is born.
“It's the same feeling I felt when I had two of my 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 girl, as long as it's not an animal.”
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 brows as she had 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.
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