5 December 2018

Kenya: Its a Baby Girl for RHOA Actress and Her Kenyan Husband

Photo: Shamea Mwangi/Instagram
Real Housewives of Atlanta star with her Kenyans husband Gerald Mwangi.

American actress Shamea Morton of the reality TV show The Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA) has given birth to a baby daughter Shya Nyambura Mwangi.

Shamea, who is married to a Kenyan Gerald Mwangi, announced on her Instagram that she welcomed baby Shya Nyambura Mwangi on November 25th, 2018.

"Hello World! Meet... Shya Nyambura Mwangi Born: 11/25-2018 Time: 9:38am Weight: 6lbs 9oz... ," posted Shamea on her Instagram account.

Hello World! Meet... 💗Shya Nyambura Mwangi💗 Born: 11-25-2018 Time: 9:38am Weight: 6lbs 9oz Length: 19 1/2 inches @princessshya #kikuyubarbie 🇰🇪 #madewithlove 💗 #ShyaMwangi #ablessingfromGod 🙏🏾 #madeinhisimage 👼🏽 #love ❤️ #nofilter 😂

A resident of Atlanta, Georgia, Shamea regularly guest-appears on the reality show The Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA) on Bravo TV.

She currently works as the Atlanta Hawks in-game host as well as a radio personality for a local station.

Porsha Williams was there for her BFF Shamea during her pregnancy, and now she cannot be happier after Shamea gave birth to a beautiful baby.

She shared a photo with Shamea, and baby Shya on her Instagram account and fans are in awe.

👸🏽I can't tell you all how excited I am that @shameamorton safely brought this little angel Shya into the world ! Shamea I know you will be the best mom ever and you'll love on her and shower her with support in everything she does! Love you congratulations again to you and your husband Gerald @PrincessShya Is absolutely perfect ❤️👼🏾 #PostedWithMommyPermission #Sisters👯‍♀️ #ShyaMwangi

The TV personality and the businessman tied the knot in an invite-only marriage ceremony held at a church in Nanyuki, followed by a reception at The Fairmont Hotel.

Shamea first broke the news of her pregnancy during her 36th birthday party held at Sage Woodfire Tavern Perimeter in Atlanta on May 13, 2018.


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