Media personality and TV host Anita Nderu has welcomed a bouncing baby girl.
The birth of her newborn baby came barely two months after the top-rated journalist announced her pregnancy.
Anita Nderu’s daughter
In an update on her Instagram page, the media personality announced that herself and hubby Barrett Raftery welcomed their daughter on August 26, 2022.
The little angel named Kaya Gacheri Catalina Raftery was born on the said date at 3:48 am.
She expressed happiness noting that she was elated to finally meet her daughter after months of waiting.
“What a whirlwind couple of days it has been. We are elated beyond words, grateful and in love and awe of our little human. We're finally back home
“Our rent free house mate is about to reveal her true colors as she schools us through the 4th trimester. Parenthood 101 is now in session,” she wrote on Instagram.
Anita Nderu pregnant
The former Capital FM radio presenter announced her pregnancy on Monday, July 11.
Taking to her Instagram page, the media personality shared a video to announce her pregnancy after months of keeping it under wraps.
The video shows Nderu flaunting her growing baby bump which is seemingly in the third and final trimester.
The video also featured Raftery who was filmed seated on a chair in a well decorated film set and in another, posing for a photo with Nderu.
The couple went all African with their pregnancy reveal as most of her outfits was made with Maasai and Nigerian beads.
How Anita Nderu, Raftery met
Days to their wedding, the couple put up their wedding website where they shared little known information about themselves.
Among the unknown stories was how the lovely couple met and got into a relationship.
“One of our favorite couples Ivy and Andrew introduced us to each other, she put us in a Whatsapp group and exited once we said hello
“When the whole world was shut down due to the pandemic, we sheltered in place on different continents talking for hours each day getting to know each other for months and months,” the couple wrote.
Adding; “When the chance finally came to meet in person after many canceled flights, we convened in Zanzibar and the rest is history.”