- Vera Sidika documented her delivery journey from arriving at the Nairobi Hospital, where she was booked into a private suite to the last minute before she arrived in the theatre for CS
- The 32-year-old took to social media to thank her family members for being by her side during delivery
- Vera Sidika's husband, Brown Mauzo joins the list of Kenyan celebrities who were present in delivery rooms with their wives
Kenyan socialite, Vera Sidika has made her first comments 24 hours after welcoming her little princess.
Vera and her husband, Brown Mauzo welcomed a baby girl on October 20, 2021 and named her Asia Brown.
The socialite documented her delivery journey from arriving at the Nairobi Hospital, where she was booked into a private suite to the last minute before she arrived in the theatre for CS (caesarean section).
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Vera was surrounded by her family, mom, hubby Mauzo, and her two brothers during delivery. She took to social media to thank them for being by her side and she wrote:
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"So happy because hubby, mom and my two brothers were there with me during delivery. Family is everything."
Mauzo joins the list of Kenyan celebrities who were present with their wives in the delivery rooms.
See the post below:
Vera talks about the delivery experience
When it comes to giving birth, most women welcome their bundle of joy through normal birth while others choose CS and Vera is one of them.
Speaking about her experience giving birth through CS, Vera said:
"Whoever said CS surgery was so bad and very painful lied. I felt zero pain. It was the best decision ever!"
"My honest opinion on CS delivery; It has been 21 hours after surgery. Still, no pain at all and I can get up, walk around on my own. I felt good during surgery. I saw, heard everything even told stories with my anaesthetist with some old RnB music in the background."
Women are very strong
Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian popular entertainer DJ Ecool shared his experience after watching his wife give birth to his first child.
The disc jockey declared that he only truly became a man after he joined his woman in the delivery room and witnessed the process of giving birth to a baby.
He shared his experience on his Instagram story and declared that most women are very strong.
Source: Legit Newspaper