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SA Celebs Who Welcomed Their First Bundles of Joy So Far In 2022

SA Celebs Who Welcomed Their First Bundles of Joy So Far In 2022. One thing about the year 2022, it rained celebrity babies. Almost every month, a female celeb announces their pregnancy or the arrival of their bundle of joy.

So far personalities like Tamia Mpisane, Natasha Thahane, Blue Mbombo, Ayanda Thabethe and Gugu Gumede became mother for the first time this year. As it is always the case with celebrities, as soon as they announced their news, they made headlines. We are also looking forward to welcome newborns from the likes of Nomalanga Shozi and Vongai Mapho.

Tamia Mpisane

On the early hours of Sunday the 15th May 2022, Tamia Mpisane became a mother for the first time. The model welcomed her baby daughter, Miaandy, whom she shares with her husband reality TV star, musician and Royal AM chairman, Andile Mpisane.

Natasha Thahane

Normally celebrities go all when announcing he birth of their newborns. But with Natasha Thahane, she felt no pressure, and decided to share her beautiful news her own way. The talented actress just posted pictures of herself with a flat belly, and a picture of herself breastfeeding.

Blue Mbombo

Blue Mbombo, also recently became a first time mom. The reality TV star and model shared a beautiful video of herself, sharing her journey from the first time she did a pregnancy test, up until the day she gave birth.

Ayanda Thabethe

Another celebrity who shared her pregnancy journey via video is Ayanda Thabethe. The talented actress, TV personality and model, served the most beautiful pregnancy content, up until she received her bundle of joy.

Gugu Gumede

Gugu Gumede is one of those people who preferred not to share much when it came to her entire pregnancy. But when she did, the talented actress made sure that it was content for days. She is now a new mother and we are happy for her.

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