It seems as though the trend of hosting more than one baby shower’s is slowly becoming a thing in celebville. The latest couple to celebrate their unborn baby girl is recently married couple Theo Kgosinkwe and his lovely wife Vourné Williams.
The lovebirds tied the knot in a private ceremony only attended by family and close friends. Their wedding took place on Vourne’s 26th birthday and they said they had to postpone all the celebrations to next year, “Due to COVID-19 Vourne and I had to postpone our wedding celebrations for next year 2021. But we couldn’t wait to be husband and wife. Yesterday I married my bestie,” announced Theo on Instagram.
The couple then hosted a baby-reveal gender party and baby shower where Theo asked fans to guess the gender of the baby. In an Instagram post the musician wrote “1 Samuel 1:27 I (we) prayed for this child and the Lord has granted me (us) What I (we) asked of him. We had a great day with few friends and family at the gender reveal -You can take a guess Is it a boy or girl?”
They recently had a second baby shower for their baby girl and this time it was inspired by pink butterflies which also had blue balloons. Their first baby shower was inspired by Mickey Mouse.
Vourné thanked everyone who went hands-on in planning her baby shower, most especially her mother and doting father-to-be husband. Her pink floral dress was designed by the amazing Nhlanhla Nciza, Vourne revealed.
Yesterday We Celebrated Baby K…Thank you God for our beautiful blessing
Talk about a spoiled baby girl,” she wrote. “Thank you to my mother and husband for a beautiful baby shower..it was everything and more.. Truly appreciate you both soooo much,” she revealed.
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