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Andile Ncube To Be A Dad Again

ByNobomi Ndevu

Nov 17, 2020

Radio and television presenter, Andile Ncube has been off the market for a while after revealing his lockdown partner Sebabatso Mothibe in April of this year. The couple has let the public into their relationship along with other celebrity couples on their vlog, Couples In Conversation.

The proud mom captioned her post expressing her excitement to be embarking on a new journey, and although she didn’t give much detail as to when she’ll be giving birth or what the gender of the baby is, our money is on it being a baby boy judging by her the colour she is wearing.

“We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned so as to have the life that is waiting for us… Happiness is on the way” she wrote.

Ile is also a girl dad to his daughter Gabbie from his previous relationship with actress and model Rosette Ncwana who once had a rocky relationship due to their ugly breakup, but Andile and Ncwane have since progressed to a more mature co-parenting relationship.

Many of Mothibe’s friend and followers filled her comments with messages to congratulate the mother to be and we can’t wait to see how the blended family will be once the bundle of joy is here.

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