Campus sweethearts Nameless and Wahu on Monday officially clocked a remarkable 13-year milestone in their marriage. And as expected, speculation about the couple getting a third child has resurfaced.
“Sometimes, pictures are taken and fans wanaona vitu zao and start suspecting she may be pregnant. Those pictures you see could be that she ‘ate’ a lot that day so her stomach was big. I am with her every day but I have not realised. But I don’t mind another kid. Siwezi mind a boy now that I have two girls, but we are still under discussions,” said Nameless.
Pressed to confirm if Wahu has a bun in the oven, Nameless laughed and said: “I don’t really know but I will talk to her and ask to confirm by myself. Being in the public, you know that you are the target for scandals. So we are careful with everything we do, especially because we have a family to protect. So we try to balance and put family matters away from the media.”
Speaking about how they spend their anniversaries, Nameless said, “Sometimes we travel just me and her either out of the country or even just in the country. Other times we decide to stay at home with our girls.”
He added: “I remember there was a time I decided to take her to Arboretum, where we used to hang out when we were still in campus, just to remind her of where our love began.”
On their 13th anniversary, Nameless dedicated a song – Am good – to Wahu and their daughters, Tumiso and Nyakio.
“I had written the song sometime back, when in the studio. It was what I was feeling in my heart. I thought of how important family is although I did not have the pictures then, that is why I released it now,” Nameless.
“We are so happy with our daughters and to me, that is what family is. So when doing the song, I decided to include them in the video.”
On how they have managed to lead a scandal-free marriage for more than a decade, Nameless says: “We know we have our own battles and we are not even perfect, but a lot of people are inspired by our marriage and so we have to be the best.”
“We see a lot of goodwill and people wishing us well, so even with our struggles at times, we consider the people who look up to us.”