Director Trevor has revealed when he will have his first child with his partner Eve Mungai after five years of cohabitation.
Trevor opened up about intimate details of his relationship with Eve during an interactive Questions and Answers (Q&A) session with his fans on Instagram.
He revealed that their plan is to have their first child in January 2026, meaning Eve would get pregnant in 2025.
Trevor further disclosed that he practised withdrawal as a form of contraception to avoid impregnating Eve Mungai.
The videographer, however, noted that he got tired of withdrawal after a year, adding that he doesn't even know what Eve does to avoid conceiving.
“What do you guys do to avoid pregnancy or has it been pull out throughout the five years?” A curious fan asked Trevor.
“We pulled out the first year tukachoka. Hiyo swali ingine uliza Wanjiku! @mungai_eve,” Trevor answered.
Eve Mungai responded in a quick rejoinder and said she would not disclose the contraceptive method she has been using to avoid getting knocked up.
"That’s between me, myself and I,” Eve said while laughing.
Asked how many times in a week he eats the forbidden fruit, Trevor said that he would start counting because had not been keen to take note of his bedroom matches.
Apart from the pressure to strengthen their union with a child, fans also wondered when Trevor and Eve Mungai would officially settle down as husband and wife.
"Thank you for asking about our future plans. Eve and I are deeply committed to each other and our relationship. We believe in taking the time to build a strong foundation for our partnership and ensuring that we are ready for the next step. While we don’t have a specific date for our wedding yet, we’re excited about our future look forward together and sharing our plans when time feels right for both of us. We appreciate your support and understanding as we continue to grow and navigate our journey together,” Trevor stated.
Trevor also candidly talked about the revenue generated from their YouTube channel which has provided direct employment to 14 people.
The YouTuber revealed that Eve and he each earn a Ksh800,000 monthly salary from their YouTube channel.
He shared receipts that showed their annual income from YouTube in 2022 was a staggering Ksh13.6 million.