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Yummy Mummy on why she no longer posts her husband on social media

Former Ebru TV presenter Joan Murugi Munyi, alias Yummy Mummy, has once and for all made it clear why she stopped sharing her husband’s photos and videos on her social media accounts.

Speaking during a Q&A session on her Instagram account, the businesswoman revealed that they made their marriage private as the pressure of public scrutiny negatively affected them.

She said that marital challenges are enough without adding the negative sentiments spewed at them by the public.

They are not yet separated as everyone speculated; however, you will not see Zach Munyi on Yummy Mummy’s feed henceforth.

The fashion expert stated that she is the one who chose this public lifestyle and thus won’t subject any of her family members to it unless they choose to.

She mentioned that her two infant daughters have no choice in the matter until they grow old enough to decíde whether or not they are interested in the publicity.

Yummy Mummy gave an example of her oldest son Ethan, who is shy and never wants to appear on camera. She stated that she does not force him to either.

“The only thing I don’t share anymore is anything to do with my marriage/husband. And that’s because we realised the pressure of public scrutiny on our relationship was affecting us negatively, and we decided that it was better to keep that part of our lives private. Relationships are difficult enough as is without the added pressure of public and scrutiny as it adds little value to it. Plus, I chose this life; he didn’t. My kids have no choice until they actively decide they don’t wanna be shown here(like Ethan often does),” wrote Yummy Mummy.

Two months ago, Yummy Mummy lashed out at fans who kept inquiring about her marriage.

She stated that she was sìck and tired of rumour mongers wanting to know about her marriage for selfish reasons instead of being genuinely concerned about her.

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