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Joyce Maina gushes over her husbae – ‘In your arms l feel warm’

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The Kwalanda lovebirds continue to serve hot couple goals barely weeks after their private engagement.

Joyce Maina’s celebrity husbae, Mr Kwalanda, came out in public to officiate their relationship after his babe got slapped with a cheating scandal that involved DJ Mo.

This is after a photo of the two, cordially holding each other, back-to-back, with the man’s face hidden, stirred speculations that it is a troubled DJ Mo.

Well, the couple continues to serve hot, dishes of their romantic love bubble to the public.

The TV power couple recently rocked matching outfits while out on a casual date that has only left many envious.

In the photo, the beautiful, young duo dressed in white shirts and khaki trousers, proudly pose for the photo with their hands locked.

In her love letter, Joyce adores her better half as that “man who when he holds her hand, makes her feel warm, safe and secure and will forever keep him close”.

Advising her online fam that ‘When a man holds your hand and makes your heart beat faster, makes you giddy and excited. Walk away from that man. He is not for you.
When he hold your hand and he makes you feel warm, safe and secure, hold on to him. That’s the man for you.’

The ideal man will actually make you feel comfortable in your skin, Mrs Kwalanda stated.

Meanwhile, her love-struck man, Kwalanda Tony, gushed over his woman as someone “who trusts and believes in him, pushes him, prays for and with him, laughs with and criticizes him. Someone who leaves him polished and for that, he remains grateful.”

Their passionate posts have left fans ogling over their beautiful, unshaken love, asking them to finalize on their wedding plans so they can get their kitenges tailored.

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