A week after announcing that she is expecting her third born, media personality Grace Msalame, popularly known as Sowairina, has shared with her fans a cute video of her baby bump.

Posting on Instagram, the NTV presenter said that she was over the moon as she enjoyed the little baby kicks.

“A feeling I wasn’t sure I’d ever feel again. Strongest little kicks this one,” Msalame wrote, as she recorded her baby bump while listening to a song.

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The Unscripted With Grace show host first broke the news of the pregnancy on Monday, 22nd June.

The mother of two beautiful twin girls narrated a painful story dating two years back, when she was diagnosed with fibroids.

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Grace Msalame with her lovely daughters
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Her hope of getting another baby had been shattered, but she went through a medical procedure, which has worked.

“On this date in 2018, my first walk outside to get some sun after a myomectomy to remove fibroids. I can’t describe how difficult, painful & long the recovery was. I can’t even equate it to a CS, but a year later I am truly grateful because I’m back to a semblance of normalcy,” she wrote.

It Is A Boy

Litkenya.com can authoritatively report that the curvaceous TV presenter will be welcoming a bouncing baby boy in three months’ time.

In at least six posts, Msalame has used the blue theme, indicating that she is expecting a son.

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In addition, replying to a number of her fans and fellow celebrities who suggested that it is a boy, the bubbly mother appeared very elated.

One Instagram user said: “Congrats. A king is coming soon.” In her reply, the celebrated presenter remarked: “Sign. Be still my heart.”

Msalame has kept the father of her unborn child out of social media.

However, in past interviews, she has disclosed that former Citizen TV news anchor Janet Mbugua’s brother-in-law Paul Ndichu fathered her daughters.

They have embraced co-parenting despite both having moved on and got engaged to new partners.

Msalame is the daughter of veteran broadcaster and actor Tony Msalame, who died in 2010 as a result of cardiac arrest.

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Robert Mwangi

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