- In the video, Rosie and her children could be seen sitting down together while having fun.
- The nanny showcases her three children, two boys and one grown up girl
- Social media users were astounded by the video, emphasizing on the fact that Rosie looked so young
Viral Kenyan lady, who worked as a nanny to her Lebanon boss, Rosie, delighted the public as she proudly introduced her own children to the public.
Known for her immense love and dedication towards the children she cares for, Rosie captured the hearts of many online when a video of her and her boss’s children, who wouldn’t let her go went viral.
She had previously disclosed in an interview that, prior to beginning her job as a nanny in Lebanon, she had three children—two boys and a girl.
For the first time, she sheds light on her own family, creating a ripple of joy, admiration, and support among her ever-growing fan base.
In the video, Rosie was seated with her Children, and her adult daughter could be seen having fun.
The well-known nanny had disclosed that she had worked for a nice family in Lebanon who had welcomed her with open arms.
Rosie looked youthful, so many were shocked to learn that she had three children.
The video triggered conversations and remarks about Rosie’s unusual familial circumstance.
Reacting To the Post:
Zee.mesh wrote: “Jamani this kids are so fine, healthy and looks so happy,they must be in the best hands.”
GodieT: “Rosie looks good and happier at home.”
Chomsky: “Beautiful Children, please dont leave them again. They need you. Formative years is Very important.”
Sabrinah: “Rozy looks soo young waaaa.”
Hillarycatebabacal said: “But Rozie looked so young.”
User19050347001453 wrote: “Rozie stay with your kids and take good care good of them, they missed their mother’s love and care.”
User7373736 commented: “Rozy don’t go back stay with your family.”
Ansa7184: “Whoever take care of them do a good job thank you for looking so good after Rosie’s kid’s they looked beautiful and good God bless you.”
Revline Maswai: “Congratulation to the person who take care of them.”