Oti Mabuse is pregnant: Motsi Mabuse is overjoyed

Oti Mabuse is pregnant: Motsi Mabuse is overjoyed

Dancer Oti Mabuse announced her pregnancy on Instagram. Sister Motsi Mabuse is looking forward to her role as an aunt.

Otlile “Oti” Mabuse (33) and husband Marius Iepure (40) are becoming parents for the first time. That’s what they announced. Alongside several photos of the couple, which clearly showed the dancer’s baby bump in the pink jumpsuit, the couple wrote, “We finally feel ready and excited to share our wonderful news. It’s new to us, scarier than swimming with sharks jumping off cliffs or even swinging off bridges, but it’s the best news we could ever ask for.”

“Wonderful trip”

The couple can’t wait to see what the future holds as a family of three and dog Leo. “So far it’s been a beautiful journey with close friends and family and it’s almost over, but we’ve learned a lot along the way. Christmas is about to get even louder.”

Numerous congratulations quickly collected under the post. Oti Mabuse’s sister, “Let’s Dance” juror Motsi Mabuse (42), commented on the pictures with numerous heart emojis and “Auntie love” (in German: “aunt love”). She herself also posted and congratulated her husband Evgenij Voznyuk: “We are growing! We are so incredibly happy for you!” In addition, Mabuse continues: “I’ll be an aunt! More love, more family!”

The daughter of Motsi Mabuse and Evgenij Voznyuk was born in 2018. The two have been in a relationship since 2015 and married since 2017. Oti Mabuse, who has already appeared as a professional dancer on the British dance show “Strictly Come Dancing” and the German counterpart “Let’s Dance”, has been married to Marius Iepure since 2014. In 2017, the couple announced the end of their dance career together.

Source: Stern

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