- Theo Kgosinkwe and his wife Vourné got married last year, now they have welcomed a baby girl
- The couple named their baby Alexis-Sky Oratilwe and she was born on Sunday, 24 January 2021
- Social media users wished the couple all the best with their journey into parenthood together
The time has finally come for Theo Kgosinkwe and his wife Vourné. The couple welcomed their first child together, a baby girl into the world. The couple named their child Alexis-Sky Oratilwe.
Vourné took to social media on Tuesday to reveal that she had given birth. Alexis-Sky was born on Sunday. Not too long ago, the couple threw a lavish baby shower to celebrate the fact that they were going to be parents.
Theo and Vourné got married in 2020 and they've been living in marital bliss ever since. Then the news came that they were going to be parents and they were happy to be so blessed.
Social media users were really excited for the couple when they announced the pregnancy and now they are even more thrilled that the baby is here.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few reactions to Vourné's post. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
"Omg. Congratulations to you and Theo!"
"Congratulations friend. Enjoy every second of her."
"Hello baby K. Congratulations Vourné."
"Congratulations mommy. Enjoy your new bundle of joy."
"Aww congratulations hun. I am already obsessed with her."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Letoya Makhene finally shared wedding pics with her wife Lebo Keswa. Generations: The Legacy actress Letoya Makhene has finally stopped the suspense and has shared some of her wedding photos.
Letoya got married to businesswoman Lebo Keswa back in December and the two are happy together. Letoya had an incredibly sweet caption to accompany one of the pictures she posted:
"It’s how she looks at me from the moment she wakes up," she said.
The pair are wearing traditional outfits with a modern twist. Which definitely fit the "African Royalty" theme that they had for their wedding.
Letoya referred to her wedding to Lebo as "umshado wamadlozi", which means an ancestral wedding. Letoya is spiritually gifted and practices as a sangoma.
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