Sharon Mundia friend

Sharon Mundia’s official photographer and close friend Tatiana Karanja, or Tats if you like, is heavily expectant.

If you are a huge fan of Sharon who also goes by name This Is Ess, then I am sure you know Tatiana as she is always credited for the fashion blogger’s videos and photos.

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Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the beautiful lass announced that she is with child and from what she said, it seems she will soon be welcoming a beautiful baby girl.

This is what she posted.

Maternity shoot things ???? Ok, so it's very scary posting this kind of pic up because let's face it, I'm in Kenya where you got to be more 'conservative' than say if I was still living in the Netherlands I wouldn't even think twice! But If this was a bikini it would be fine, right? To be honest, I Love everything about it, I Love how I look, I Love Bahati playing around me, my precious Olive growing inside me and the fact that it looks like I'm in a dreamy forest. It's my favourite picture of me, ever! It's so liberating to have a shoot where your tummy sticking out is a beautiful thing and your not trying to suck in all your 'flaws', I felt amazing. I want to say a big thank you to @lyraaoko for taking these amazing pictures of me and making me feel so comfortable and beautiful during the whole process! @wacukathimba for making me look and feel flawless with her stunning makeup! @doubledeeske for gifting me with pieces from their beautiful and very comfortable nursing line! and last but not least my sister @katiwiki for coming over at late hours of the day to do my hair and make sure I feel beautiful ???? It took a village ???? #maternitshoot #igkenya #igers #igernairobi #portrait #pregnant

A photo posted by Tatiana Karanja (@tatianakaranja) on

Tatiana cut her teeth when she was working for famous photographer Emmanuel Jambo as an intern. Since then, she has become one of the most sought after photographers in Kenya.

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