Moira Knight says she gave birth in the UK where she is staying at the moment while her husband, She Calaz is in Harare.
“So far, the experience has been one that I cannot describe. It is exhausting, but worth it because of the little man who is
entirely dependent on me 24 hours a day and seven days a week. I used to sleep for 10 hours straight, but now I barely get two hours straight.
Although my husband is in Zimbabwe and I am in the UK, it is not the long-distance as such. People think it is a typical long-distance relationship.
I travel a lot because it is necessary. In fact, I was in Zimbabwe recently and flew into the UK just in time to give birth. I do not always update people about my whereabouts because they tend to talk a lot. Imagine if I told you I flew at eight months pregnant, you would judge me and ask questions.
To be honest, staying in one place means earning less money. And now that there is a baby involved, it is important to cash in,” she told Newsday.
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