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Ex-Tanzanian beauty queen/model, Millen Magese, unveil her son's face in Genevieve magazine (photos)



Ex-Tanzanian beauty queen/model, Millen Magese, has unveiled the face of her son, Prince Kairo, on the March 2018 cover of Genevieve magazine.


Millen who has battled Endometriosis for years, welcomed her son on July 13th, 2017. In a post on Instagram, she shared the photos and wrote:


Those 1000 Needles were all worth it . I didn’t deserve the pain but I deserve you.And then came BABY and that Miracle Baby is you !MY SON !Its You My Prince Kairo. I call you Miracle.You look so much like grandpa.Father I thank you for this gift. May this image of me and my son lift your energy and bring you Hope #STAYPOSITIVE



My son, Being a mother has always been a dream for me. I was so heartbroken when I was told I couldn’t have you. So I fought extra hard for you. The injections,the pain ,the anxiety but most importantly was fear of loosing you. I took some really bold decisions just to have you and I am so proud. I know one day you will come across these images and so much about you. Be proud ! Be proud my Prince.
You must be Proud my Son. You saved your mom’s life and pain,pain of dealing with Shame,pain of frustration and fear,pain of loosing a womb before having you etc. I’m not sure how I would have coped if I removed my womb before fighting for you. My life wouldn’t be thesame.Y ou made me so happy. You brought me so much joy.
You made me a mother. You brought so much hope to millions. I love you very much. Holding you in my hands is a miracle after all I went through from Endometriosis and infertility battle. A disease that we still fight for a cure,bt having you has made me so fearless,now I can do anything.
I can fight any pain ,I can take any decisions,just to make sure you’re ok.You my Son. My Miracle son .You are a proof that our God is truly a miracle worker. Just so you know ,you have a great family here who loves you dearly. Don’t ever feel afraid if one day I’m not here physically. I will forever be with you and watching over you. You’re my Baby. Mama Loves you Prince Kairo .
Thank you for changing my Story, giving HOPE to millions. and choosing me to be your mother.  I Love you Babaa.


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