- Mzansi actress Sibusisiwe Jili has taken to social media to show off the birth of her 'miracle' baby
- The Queen actress has been very open about her pregnancy journey and feels blessed to be a mother once again
- She jokingly said that she will be the father in her next pregnancy because carrying a child is hard
The Queen actress Sibusisiwe Jili announced that she was pregnant some time ago and spoke about the hardships she has faced when it came to having children. Now, congratulations are in order for the actress after she finally welcomed her little bundle of joy into the world.
Taking to social media, Sibusisiwe announced that she has given birth. She captioned her post:
"After 10 years of waiting for you, you come with cooling showers of rain and the house has been filled with the flutter of butterflies. The entire house is at a stand still."
She referred to her baby as a lion cub and gushed about how chubby the baby is. She also spoke about how everyone in the house takes turns to hold the lovely little bundle of joy.
Over the last few months, Sibusisiwe has been documenting her journey to becoming a mother once again. She has spoken about how hard it has been.
"How some people view pregnancy vs reality are two very different worlds," she said.
She also jokingly said that next time, she was going to be the dad because carrying a baby is not easy.
"I will never forget how beautiful a feeling that I carried throughout this pregnancy. This has been the most spiritually enlightening experience of my life thus far," said the talented actress.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that The Queen's Sibusisiwe Jili announced her 'miracle' pregnancy with photos. Sibusisiwe Jili, an actress who many will recognise from her role onThe Queen, has announced on social media that she is pregnant.
The actress posted a series of maternity photographs to her social media accounts to make the announcement and wrote a lengthy caption about her journey with pregnancy.
Sibusisiwe opened up about a pregnancy loss she had suffered in the past and how she had been told that she would not be able to birth a child after that.
The star, who plays the character of 'Georgina' on the hit telenovela, then wrote about how she had been blessed with her son, Onke, ten years later.
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