A baby girl that the family of Skeemsaam's actress has been waiting for has finally landed extending the family.
Innocent Sadiki is a South African media personality known for being an actress on Skeemsaam. She plays the character of Sthoko who is a teacher, mother of Clement and daughter of Mmantuli who was once in an abusive marriage on the show. She is a twin sister to Millicent Mashile and their family has finally had their pink jet landing as Millicent who was pregnant has given birth to a baby girl named Kganya.
Milicent is also in the entertainment industry being an actress,TV and radio presenter. Mashile who is popular known from One Gospel show, Alpha Youth yesterday took to social, shared a picture of her in a delivery room announcing the birth of her baby girl. On Instagram, she said "Kganya "God's light" has come upon us. 25.11.2021".
It is good that Millicent's journey went well and she was able to deliver a healthy baby especially when there are so many things going wrong in the delivery room these days. The bad is that the new born child came after the passing of her grandmother being Millicent's mother-in-law. Since she is the first girl child of Milicent and her husband, it would have been good for the grand mother to have atleast seen the baby before she passed on or been there to help Millicent but when it is time it's time.
However, it is good that Milicent after loosing her mother-in-law is not alone. There is still her sister who is an actress from Skeemsaam to assist her as being a mother to a new born baby is demanding and one always needs a helping hand during that period.
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