Papa Shirandula actress Joy Karambu aka Kawira is heavy with the child.
The media personality and her husband, gospel artiste Ephantus Wahome, got married three years ago, a union that has now culminated in a bun in the oven.
The actress, who has been missing in action on ‘Papa Shirandula’, broke news of her pregnancy yesterday as she celebrated their third year anniversary.
Taking to social media, Mrs Wahome showered her husband with praise for “being understanding, loving, awesome and above all caring.”
The actress also acknowedleged her “spritual mum”, Rev Kathy Kiuna, for a valuable lesson about submission.
She posted: “It’s been 3yrs. Three years since My tender heart was stolen by a handsome robber who has taken good care of it.. Truly these are 3yrs of God’s faithfulness. I must agree that it has not been all rosy and smooth. Good news is that My Spiritual Mum revkathykiuna once told me that you don’t enter Marriage with your own rules. Be ready to give it your ALL. And SUBMIT to the Man of your dreams aka spouse.
To My Dearest Husband,
Thank you for being understanding, loving, awesome and above all caring.
Happy Anniversary Bae. Cheers to us. My Super Mentor.”
Kawira’s husband reciprocated the public display of affection with a beautiful message onnhis Instagram page.
He wrote: “Prov 19:14 NLT
Fathers can give their sons an inheritance of houses and wealth, but only the LORD can give an understanding wife.
Glory be to God,
It’s been 3 years of love, love, love and laughter. It’s just like yesterday, when i engaged you and accepted to walk with me down the isle and exchanged vows before our parents, friends, colleagues and our spiritual fathers. Your charisma, grace, modesty,dignity and beauty is something that i dreamt of. Its now a reality. We will sing this song forever and if anything would still love to hold your hand in eternity.
I will forever be grateful to God for this awesome gift. Now, our family is growing, I just wanna wish you grace, strength and more grace as you are transiting to motherhood. I will be there for you and our children. I will be the priest, the father, the husband, the security and the role model.
Mmmmmm live long my shebebee… Love you so much! HAPPY ANNIVERSARY to us.”