Children are labelled as 'bundle of joy' meaning their presence in our lives bring everlasting happiness as they are blessings from the one above, but celebrities have tight schedules demanding much time. This indicates why some of them start families at a later stage in their lives.
On the other hand, some celebrities give it a quick start, sooner becomes better. The following public figures worsted no time:
1. Ntando Duma
After Ntando's child turned one year, she shared her daughter Sbahle with Junior De Rocka, both are young parents with bubbling careers.
2. Khanyi Mbau
When Khanyi was only 21 years old, she brought beautiful Khanukani in this world.
She also gave birth to her daughter at an early age, at 21 she became a mom to a cute baby girl Gabrielle Bohlale.
4. Pearl Thusi
Pearl never let her motherhood which started while she was 20 years old, get the better of her. She balanced it with her career and it worked out perfectly.
5. Ehle Mbali
Ehle gave birth to her first born baby boy at the age of 23, Black Coffee being the husband.
6. Connie Ferguson
The Queen of SA TV was aged 22 when she conceived her daughter Lesedi Matsunyane from her first marriage. She's now a gramother, tirelessly showing pictures of her family.
7. Thandiswa Mazwai
When Bongo Mafin was on the starting line, Thandiswa gave birth to her daughter Malika, Stoan Seate a band mate, being responsible.
8. Kelly Khumalo
She falls into the category of those who became mom at an early age though it is not specified at what age exactly, but has two kids, Christian from Molemo Maarohanye and Thingo from the late Senzo Meyiwa.
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