Kambua is one lady who knows the struggle to conceive a child and carry it through to term all too well. The young lady who got married several years ago was under immense pressure to bless her husband with a child and she had to endure alot of prying questions from her fans, haters and followers alike. She eventually conceived and now she is happily parenting her child.

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And Kambua took the time out of her busy schedule both as a mother and as a TV personality to celebrate Kate Actress and her pregnancy journey especially since she and her husband Phil Karanja have decided to reveal the gender of their child -it’s a daughter.

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Taking to her social media accounts, Kambua said the following about Kate Actress or as the government knows her, Catherine Kamau:

This gorgeous mummy will be meeting her precious baby girl real soon💕. @kate_actress you are the epitome of strength and courage. I pray that as you near the finish line, God continues to surround you with His love. May He cover you with His wings. May the angels of the Lord encamp round about you to keep you and your Toto safe. You are covered by the blood of Jesus. No weapon formed against you shall prosper. We look forward to celebrating again! Love ya. Tata K
And to every woman with child, I speak the same blessing over you. May you finish strong. I pray that your body functions as it should to bring forth your little one. May God Himself carry you to the end.
Finally to everyone whose pain is triggered because of your own loss or perhaps some form of infertility or delay: I pray that Jehovah comfort you. May He wrap you in His arms and remind you that He is who He says He is- a covenant keeper. May you walk with your head held high because He IS the lifter of your head. 💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛
“We wait for the Lord; He is our help and shield. For our hearts rejoice in Him because we trust in His holy name. May your faithful love rest on us, Lord, for we put our hope in you” (Psalm 33:20-22).