- Actress Simz Ngema took to social media to talk about what it was like being pregnant for the first time
- The show-stopper spoke about how she almost died due to complications during her pregnancy
- She is grateful for the gift of life and her little boy and also the fact that she is still walking the earth safe and healthy
Mzansi actress Simz Ngema has taken to social media to talk about her experience during pregnancy with her first child. The actress was reflecting on the day she gave birth to her baby boy and remembered how she almost lost her life.
"It's still so unbelievable that I carried a whole human being. I had the most difficult pregnancy ever!" said Simz.
Simz recalled how her father said that the doctors should get the baby out quickly before it killed her. At some point, Simz thought that she and the baby were not going to make it out alive.
In a follow-up post, Simz said that her mother was emotional when she gave birth and "Mercy said no". Pregnancy is not always an easy journey and the actress is glad that she is still here.
Simz often refers to her baby as a miracle baby and has been open about how hard she has been working to lose weight. She often felt as though she was put under pressure to lose weight quickly because of her celebrity status.
The actress lost her husband Dumi Masilela in 2017 after he was shot during a hijacking and she has moved on. She is now in a relationship with the father of her child, Tino Chinyani.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Tino Chinyani and Simz Ngema shared saucy stills for Valentine’s Day. Model Tino Chinyani and his bae Simz Ngema dropped some saucy pictures for their Valentine's Day.
The couple has been together for a while now and welcomed a baby boy into the world last year. Tino shared the pictures on Twitter and simply captioned the pictures with a black heart emoji and a rose.
The pictures are incredibly sexy and the couple looks very comfortable with each other. The snaps are intimate and just shows how the two are super into each other.
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