Former gospel musician Bahati’s wife, Diana Marua, has today, 24th September, celebrated her mother, who passed away 11 years ago.
“Forever in my heart my Queen ❤ Happy Mother’s Day Mama Forever in my heart my Queen ❤ Happy Mothers Day Mama.”
Diana, a mother of two, share shared a rare photo of herself and her late mum.
“My Guardian Angel, My Mama 😇 Thank you for your prayers, I’ll continue making you smile ma. Forever in my heart,” she wrote.
The beauty queen, who was her mom’s look-alike, promised to always make her mum smile in heaven.
In June, during the world marked, Mother’s Day, Diana celebrated her departed mother,.
“Forever in my heart my Queen ❤ Happy Mother’s Day mama,” she wrote.
On 8th April, Mama Heaven marked her late mother’s birthday with a nice message.
“Today is a special day for you, mummy, it’s your birthday, you Turn 51😍. I know the angels are preparing a feast for you, it’s going to be fireworks in Heaven today,” she wrote on Instagram.
It is evident from the photos and she and her mother were close.
“How I wish I had one more chance to talk to you face to face, hug you, hold your hands celebrate this day with you, ” the former video vixen even went ahead to let her departed mother know that the world was battling with the coronavirus disease.
However, Diana though the Covid-19 period would have been different for her and her siblings if only their mother were around.
The picture below confirms that Diana’s mum was such a loving and caring person to her children.
“We’re battling a pandemic, can you imagine? Ati Corona 🙄 if you were here today, this Rona would have excused itself because it would have been Partè after Partè,” Diana hilariously wrote to her mother, letting her know that she had become a celebrity.
“I’m pushing through life, taking it a day at a time. Your girl is all grown, I know you see how I make headlines today 😂🤦♀️ Imagine? “
She further explained to her that it had not always been like that as there was time her life was in a total mess.
“At some point, life was hopeless, I was lost, I was confused, I didn’t know where to start from after picking up my broken pieces, you left too soon when life was beginning for me but God carried me through it,” she penned for her late mum, who she refers to as, ‘My angel’.