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LOOK: Moshe Ndiki’s twins are the cutest thing you’ll see online today

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Ndiki officially introduced his twin boys to the world via social media.

Moshe Ndiki. Picture: Instagram

Ndiki officially introduced his twin boys to the world via social media.

ACTOR and television host Moshe Ndiki recently became a father through surrogacy.

He’s been sharing his fatherhood journey on his new Mzansi Magic reality series “Life with Moshe”, which started at the end of January.

Now, the new father’s made his twin boys Instagram official by posting a beautiful black and white picture of them as newborns along with their names.

In the caption he wrote: “Thank you bawo♥️ Born healthy and living , 2 boys. Thalanda Alexander Moshe Ndiki and Ntaba Lehlohonolo Siyolo Ndiki. This is my world ♥️.”

In a follow up post he shared the cutest video clip of the boys who have grown a bit more.

“Life lately @ndikitwins ☺️♥️,” he wrote.

Industry friends and fans took to the comments to send congratulatory messages to Ndiki.

Television and radio personality Zanele Potelwa wrote: “Oh baby!!! I’m so so soooo happy for you 🥹🥹🥹❤️❤️😍😍😍 May God bless this incredible journey ahead 🥹❤️😍 with them cutest nanas 🥹❤️😍 I love you guys 🥹❤️😍.”

@orosbarbie wrote: “You’ve literally changed the whole game…..this is beautiful…congratulations babe!!”

Rapper and podcaster Gigi Lamayne posted: “Aunty Gigi reporting for baby sitting duties. 😂😂😂😂😍😍😍😍.”

Back in 2020, Ndiki announced that he had taken the necessary steps to become a father through the process of surrogacy.

He was extremely open with his followers throughout the four-year-long process.

Within this time period, life happened. He split from his then-partner Phelo Bala, who had joined Ndiki on the surrogacy journey, and is now in a new relationship and welcomed the twins with his new partner.

Currently, his reality show, “Life With Moshe”, goes beyond the ordinary.

It looks at how Ndiki challenged the norms of parenting by choosing the path of surrogacy to start his family. Ndiki openly shares the highs and lows of his being a black gay man raising his boys.

∎ “Life with Moshe” airs every Sunday at 7pm on Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161).

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