Socialite Vera Sidika and Brown Mauzo have on (October 20, 2021) welcomed their bundle of joy, Asia Brown.
“20.10.2021 at 10:21am…A princess was born Asia Brown…You will always be the miracle that makes our life complete,” wrote Vera.
Taking to social media, Vera revealed to her followers that their daughter was born at 10.21am and she could not hide her joy as she began her motherhood journey.
Just last month, Vera said she would deliver her baby in Kenya and not abroad as had been planned. She disclosed that were it not for Coronavirus, she would have travelled to USA for the delivery since her Visa is still active.
She also said she would not have wanted to be lonely during her pregnancy.
Btw, I almost travelled to give birth in USA. Since my 5 year USA Visa still valid. But this Covid pandemic isn’t fun. Then again couldn’t handle the idea of being away from family and friends during my pregnancy for 4-6 months.
“While preggo, u need all the love and affection from friends, family on a regular. Being in a foreign country where everyone is super busy, working two or more jobs to even have time for you. Can be very depressing. Especially in this pandemic. You’ll just end up alone when everyone’s at work. I made the right decision and I have enjoyed my entire pregnancy journey. Nothing beats home,” she said at the time.
From the photo she shared on social media, Vera seems to have delivered at a top city hospital, in the company of her partner Brown Mauzo.
Earlier this year, Vera had hinted at plans to undergo Elective Caesarean delivery – a scheduled nonmedical surgery to give birth to her baby.
Opening up on her decision, the Veetox founder stated that she changed her mind after realizing there are other painless options. She asked at a time,
“I have forever been team CS (scheduled). I don’t want to feel an inch of labour pain. In fact, I even want to slay. Have my wig and makeup on fleek during my delivery. I honestly can’t deal with pain. Y’all keep saying CS takes time to heal, who told you I’m in a hurry to heal?”
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