- Behind Rosie's smile is a heartbreaking story that many women would rather not share
- The mother of three revealed she quit her toxic marriage, travelled abroad for greener pastures, and luckily met a good employer
- The Kenyan nanny went viral after a video showed the Lebanese children she cared for crying and clinging to her at an airport, begging her not to leave
Trending Kenyan nanny Rosie has been praised worldwide for her kind and warm heart.
Viral nanny Rosie talks about past marriage
Rosie, who works in Lebanon as a nanny, revealed she was forced to quit her toxic marriage to search for greener pastures.
"I was in a marriage that was not working, so I decided to go look for greener pastures to be able to take care of my children," she said in an interview with Presenter Ali.
Rosie, a mother of three kids, two boys and a girl aged 13, 6, and 4, respectively—said her DMs were full, but she was focusing on her work and raising her children, adding that she had no time for love for now.
When asked if she would go back to her ex, the mother of three said she would never go back.
Who is nanny Rosie?
Two of the children, Maria and Cataleya, are twins and boast a massive TikTok following. Footage shared by their parents showed them at the airport, escorting Rosie to the airport to board a plane.
Watch the video below:
Emotions ran high as the kids refused to let Rosie go, and all they did was shed tears. The parents had difficulty keeping the children away from Rosie as they clung to her. Rosie got emotional as she wiped away tears as she parted ways with the children she cared for.
The screams attracted people's attention at the airport as they witnessed the emotional goodbyes.
"She will come back," the mother said, but the kids would not listen.
"Thank you, Rosie, for caring for my babies like they’re yours," the parents captioned the clip.
Recently, Rosie received a generous gift that is sure to bring joy to her life. Expedition Maasai Safaris, a prominent travel company, stepped forward to gift Rosie and her kids a fully paid three-day trip to the enchanting Maasai Mara.
Don't come back - boss tells Nanny Rosie
In what came as a surprise to many people, Rosie's Lebanon madam has advised her not to return to them.
In a new video shared on TikTok, the oyinbo woman gave reasons why she thought Rosie coming back won't be ideal.
Many people came to the defence of the viral nanny, with some accusing the white lady of being jealous of the love Rose was getting.