Media personality Grace Msalame is expecting her third child.
Msalame made the announcement of her pregnancy by sharing a photo collage of herself flaunting a growing baby bump on Instagram.
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“Six months later… Now quite visible all over my face & obvious belly so hello. Soon to be Mum of 3,” reads part of her Instagram post.
The Unscripted with Grace show host, has two girls (twins) whom she shares with her baby daddy, Paul Ndichu who is currently married to Eva Momanyi.
In a past interview, Msalame denied ever being married saying that she only got pregnant while dating his baby daddy at 24 years.
“I got pregnant when I was 24 and my dad also passed away during the same time it was a blessing from God because I had twins and he must have had plans for me.
“Three facts about me: I have never been married; I have always been a single mom; God still called me. I have no idea where the marriage story came from. I am glad I finally know that to be a Christian doesn’t mean perfection but participation,” she said.
In November last year, Msalame said that she had lost hope in ever getting pregnant again after being diagnosed with fibroids.
Further, she recounted how her recovery journey was difficult going ahead to share pictures after undergoing a myomectomy and the only time she was allowed to go out and get some sun.
“On this date last year 2018, my first walk outside to get some Sun after a myomectomy procedure to remove fibroids,” she said.
“I can’t describe how difficult, painful & long the recovery process was. I Can’t even equate it to a CS, but a year later I am truly grateful because I’m back to a semblance of normalcy,” she added.
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On this date last year 2018, my first walk outside to get some Sun after a myomectomy procedure to remove fibroids. I can’t describe how difficult, painful & long the recovery process was. I Can’t even equate it to a CS, but a year later I am truly grateful because I’m back to a semblance of normalcy😊God is good🙏🏾 He is truly Jehova Rapha🙌🏾Lessons from my experience; – You have options for treatment- you can either have laparoscopic surgery which is less intrusive than an abdominal myomectomy. We opted for the open surgery though, because the fibroids were quite large so just to be sure we got them all out we did what we had to do. – That said there are natural treatments that shrink fibroids with time. In hindsight a part of me wishes I had given that a shot because surgery is always the last resort, but I’m still grateful because I had gotten to the point where I was tired! – Diet & Lifestyle go a loooong way! What we eat will either make us healthy, or make us sick in the long run, so it’s prudent for us to be more mindful about our diet. A work in progress for me here🙈Also learn to let go! Don’t carry unnecessary baggage, that stress to your body will have to come out one way or another so let it go sis & seek peace🙏🏾 – Listen to your body. It will always communicate when something is off! For about a year I was constantly lethargic & this was due to my low blood count which only got worse because of the very long periods. So don’t ignore when you’re body communicates & the sooner you act the better. – Lastly the post surgery belly is better than before but the fupa is still present😩Vision 2020 is to completely eliminate this lower belly😩👊🏾😊 Signs of Fibroids; – Long painful periods – bloated belly – Painful intimacy – Lethargy (for me at least) Visit your gyna regularly, hormonal changes & imbalances can also contribute. Otherwise for more information do follow @myredisbeautifulke an initiative by My Sis @tndichu who was brave enough to share her story on @unscriptedwithgrace & is now using her platform to create awareness & form a support group for other women battling fibroids🙏🏾 #FaithFriday #FBF
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