South African actress Natasha Thahane marked her son’s first birthday with a short and sweet Instagram post on Saturday 8 April.
Actress Natasha Thahane, who plays the role of Wendy Dlamini on Blood & Water, marked her son’s first birthday with an Instagram post. She wrote a short and sweet birthday message and shared a photo of her holding the baby boy without revealing his face. The actress also shared a video of her son flipping through the pages of a book.
“Happy 1st Birthday to my Son .Psalm 91:11,” she captioned the post.
The actress shared rare snaps of her son on Instagram in December. The actress shared photos of the toddler’s legs, her pumping breast milk and the baby boy playing the piano.
The Blood & Water star and Lorch first sparked romance rumours in June 2021. This was after they were spotted on “baecation” in Zanzibar. However, the duo has since been dribbling Mzansi with their on-and-off romance.
The pair’s relationship status remained unknown for months until the actress surprised Mzansi with her pregnancy announcement in March this year. The actress is believed to have given birth towards the end of April. This was amid uncertainty regarding the identity of the father of the child.
Despite the mystery, many were convinced Lorch is indeed the “baby daddy”. This was after Lorch and Natasha both shared their Instagram Stories of the same location where they appeared to be on vacation together in June this year.
After sparking rumours of cheating and break ups – Natasha and Lorch had fans believing they have privately tied the knot – in November this year. The actress shared photos of herself in traditional wear which has led many to believe that she got married.
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