Jessica Nkosi welcomes baby Girl

Jessica Nkosi and Ntokozo Dlamini have revealed that their little princess arrived a month ago.

Jessica made the announcement on Instagram on Friday by sharing the cutest picture of her little family.

The proud mama also revealed that their little girl’s name is Namisa ‘Nami’ Dlamini.

“I love this girl with a love I can’t even begin to describe. I’m so blessed, I’m so in love. It’s been a month of pure bliss. This little star has stolen my heart.”

After months of speculation Jessica first revealed that she was expecting on the cover of true Love magazine in June.

The fiercely private star said she decided to keep her pregnancy away from the spotlight until she was ready because she didn’t want it to be linked to any drama.

“There’s nothing scandalous about my pregnancy. Therefore, I don’t want any drama around it and I certainly don’t want anyone to have an opinion about it.”

Jessica Nkosi Biography

Jessica Nkosi was born on 20th January 1990 in Empangeni, South Africa. She is a South African television presenter and actress known for his role as Qondi on Isibaya.

She start schooling at Empangeni and later moved to Eshowe to attend a Catholic boarding school from Grade 3 until she matriculated. She enrolled at the University of KwaZulu Natal to study Bachelor of Law but later switched to Bachelor of Arts in Drama and Performing Arts.

She was visiting a friend when an old friend from Joburg, called asking for her photos and details, which he wanted to submit to a new TV show. Thereafter, the production house called and told her they’d be holding auditions at the Bat Center in Durban. Since her home is in Esikhawini township, in Empangeni, and more than an hour’s drive from Durban, Jessica had to arrange to sleep over at distant relatives in Durban. The audition was for the role of shy but self-assured rural beauty, Qondi on Isibaya. Isibaya was her first acting role and she has been on the show since 2013.

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