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SA Celebs Who Managed To Successfully Keep Their Pregnancies A Secret Part III

SA Celebs Who Managed To Successfully Keep Their Pregnancies A Secret Part III. Keeping your pregnancy a secret, as a celeb is almost impossible. The nature of your job requires you to be in the public eye most of the time. Besides that, there is the media waiting for any news worthy subject about you.

Having noted that though, there are celebrities who are able to keep this kind of news a secret. They only reveal the great news at the advanced stage of the pregnancy, and some even after giving birth. In the past articles, we did celebs like Khabonina, Thembi Seete, Anele Mdoda, and other who waited for the right time to share their news.

Continuation From Part II

Pearl Modiadie

Milk chocolate! Pearl Modiadie Shows Off Mystery Bae - ZAlebs

On Monday, Pearl Modiadie, took to social media to announce the birth of her first child. Many were shocked at the news because her baby bump never made it to the media. Pearl rarely spoke about her pregnancy, and only officially announced the birth of her child.

Simphiwe Ngema

Simphiwe Ngema and Tino Chinyani are pregnant! - Mgosi

Simphiwe Ngema shocked many last month when she shared her pregnancy photo-shoot and showed off her baby daddy Tino Chinyani. Little did we know that her son, was born back in June. Talk about keeping your private matters private.

Zenande Mfenyana

Many suspected The Queen actress is expecting, based on the physical face changes they saw on screen. Zenande Mfenyane did not deny or confirm the rumors. The actress officially announced her pregnancy with a breathtaking pool photo-shoot.

Zola Nombona

Zola Nombona expects bundle of joy - Sunday World

Zola Nombona is also another actress who left people with their speculations. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day and all things love, Zola revealed that she’s expecting her first bundle of joy. A few months later, Cebelihle was born.

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