Singer and participant of the “Women’s Quarter” VERA KEKELIA will become a mother. She announced this on his page in Instagram.
She has published sensitive photographs of posing Nude, and his body was covered only by a translucent cloth. The tenderness she added light makeup and a casual hairstyle.
“The most beautiful thing us @romandudaofficial could happen;) Thanks🕊”, – wrote the artist.
Faith Cecelia, photo: Instagram
Such a photo, she confirmed the rumors about her pregnancy. It is known that the actress is 7 months pregnant.
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More about one of the most important events in the life of Faith told in an exclusive interview to the magazine “Viva!”. In particular, admitted — the news about the new addition to the family was their with her husband a surprise. However, they gleefully embraced a new status and is now actively preparing to become parents.
“You would have seen Roma, how happy he ran home! We were sitting in the kitchen in front of us in a series of three tests or six bands, and we’re happy,” recalled the actress during the interview.
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We will remind, Sergey Babkin accidentally gave the secret of the actress “Women’s quarter” Faith Cecelia.
As reported Know. ua head Women’s Quarter commented on the rumors about Cecelia.
Also Know As. ua wrote that Faith Cecelia and Roman Duda gave helpful guidance to the new Bachelor.
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