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Linda Mtoba is now the brand ambassador for Edgars fashion

Congratulations are in order for The River star Linda Mtoba. The actress recently announced that she has bagged herself an ambassadorship deal. Cela nithi Hooray,” she wrote celebrating her achievement on Instagram.

Linda said this is just the beginning of her journey and there is more to come. She wrote: “I’m so very proud to announce that I am the official brand ambassador for @edgarsfashion. What an honor to be part of a brand that has been a part of our lives for so many years.

Fans and other celebrities including former Generations The Legacy star Thuli Phonglo, Boity, and Zola Nombona took to the comments section to congratulate her. Linda is also the cover star for this month’s issue of TrueLove Magazine, she said this is a dream come true, “But wait there is more!! I’m the cover star of @truelovemagazine, a dream come true ❤️You can also read all about my Brand Ambassadorship with Edgars inside,” she wrote on Instagram. A few weeks ago, Linda announced that she has launched a new babies clothing line inspired by her daughter.

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She said she often could not find comfortable clothes for her baby girl so she decided to create clothing that allows movement and that is soft on baby skin.

Linda Mtoba

Introducing her new business venture on Instagram, the actress wrote, “I’d like to introduce you to @bean.wear. I started Bean, Wear after my Beanie Pie. I often found it challenging to find comfortable and matching sets for her to play and go out in…what are you gonna wear today”. BeanWear is for EveryBean, it is unisex. We officially launch today, I can’t wait to see you all in your BeanWear.”

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Opening up to Bona Magazine about becoming a mom, Linda said it was difficult at first as she was not sure if she could bear children. “I remember in 2018 when I started preparing myself mentally to get pregnant. I would cry and pray because I didn’t know for sure if I could have children.”

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Linda Mtoba

She added that thinking about it was very daunting and emotional for her because the possibility of her not being able to conceive would have meant that one of them had a problem. “We were so ready for a child, and since it was going to be both our first-time being parents, we had even started making plans for when the child arrives,” she told the publication,” she told the publication

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