- Princess Ruth Komuntale married her first husband back in 2012 but they unfortunately divorced
- She and her Christopher called it quits a year after marriage and she termed their union as toxic
- The young lady has finally found another man who makes her feel like she is on top of the world
A princess has to kiss a lot of frogs before she finally finds her prince. Or at least that is what we were told when young.
Ugandan royalty Ruth Komuntale was engulfed in a whirlwind of romance back in 2012. She was married to the man she loved so much and he was a stud from the US.
At that time, peeps in her country branded them as the couple of the year. Sadly, 12 months down the line, things fell apart and Ruth walked away from her partner Christopher.
She was accused of many things that she insists she did not do.
In a lengthy Instagram post, the lady said some people claimed she was adulterous, which she insists could not be further from the truth.
But prayer kept her and finally, after leaving what she terms as a toxic marriage, the princess is finally set to marry again.
“I thank God for not only blessing the work of my hands but for also blessing me with a second chance at marriage with an amazing man who is after God’s own heart,” Ruth wrote.
Still on relationship tales by Briefly.co.za, reported that reality star and businesswoman Kourtney Kardashian is no longer hiding her relationship with US celebrity Travis Barker Instagram-official.
Kourtney made the announcement through a simple photo of herself holding her new bae's tatted hand. It came just three days after her ex and baby daddy Scott Disick went public with his relationship with Amelia Hamlin.
The 41-year-old had already been rumoured to have found a new man after breaking up with her model ex-lover nearly two years ago. Kourtney, who owns 'Poosh', previously remained tight-lipped about her newly-found love and maybe, just maybe her baby daddy gave her the push she needed.
Below the post in the comment section, Travis sent a black heart emoji, which confirmed that he was the new king to the throne.
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