Corazone Kwamboka and baby daddy Frankie celebrate 2nd dating anniversary

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 26 Jul, 2021 16:37 | 2 mins read
Corazone and Frankie. PHOTO/COURTESY

Fitness trainer Francis Kiarie, alias Frankie Just Gym It and his baby mama, Corazone Kwamboka are currently on holiday to celebrate their anniversary.

Through their respective Instagram pages, the couple also shared messages to mark two years since they got into a relationship together.

On her page, Kwamboka shared a video swimming in a pool, accompanying it with a message gushing over her boyfriend terming him ‘the most annoying, absolutely understanding human.

“2 solid years with the sweetest, most annoying, absolutely understanding human. 2 years of the best experiences and of abundance of blessings. To many more baby,” wrote Kwamboka.

On the other hand, Frankie shared a photo alongside Kwamboka and a text that read;

“Two years and still counting. Happy anniversary to us.”

The couple’s relationship came to the limelight in July 2020 when rumours emerged indicating that Kwamboka was pregnant with the gym freak.

Hours later, the mother of one confirmed the pregnancy rumours in a social media post where she expressed joy after surviving endometriosis in 2019.

“If someone told me January last year that I’d be feeling you kick deep in my belly at the sound of your father’s voice, I’d most definitely think they were deranged,” she wrote.

Adding; “Endometriosis had crippled my dreams of birthing a child. But here we are. A pleasant and welcomed surprise. I can’t wait to meet you. Hold you and teach you everything I know.”

Prior to dating Kwamboka, Frankie was seeing social media influencer and Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, Maureen Waititu whom they had dated for six years.

Their break-up sparked reactions on social media forcing Frankie to issue a statement asking for time to heal after the highly publicised break up.

“The point of this is to let you know that people might say something to be funny or relevant on Twitter and Instagram, but someone’s day to day life is being affected. We are not in a good place yet

“I have known Maureen for six years and loved her every one of those years. That kind of love doesn’t fade. Sometimes things just don’t happen the way you expect them to. Our primary focus is on the kids and creating a healthy environment for them. Extend us the courtesy,” Frankie wrote.

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