Kambua buys ring in memory of late son

She chose diamonds as they 'forever signify my everlasting love'

In Summary

• She purchased a diamond ring to remember late son

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In February this year, singer Kambua and her husband Jackson Mathu lost their secondborn, Malachi to illness shortly after he was born.

The 'Shukrani' singer has made a morganite with diamonds ring to remind her that she is an angel mother.

"I am in love. Simply and truly. The Vavani store, you captured my heart and the memory of a little boy that I will forever carry in my heart," she wrote on Instagram yesterday

"I chose a morganite as the centre stone because it is a rare gemstone, that signifies healing."

The gospel singer-cum-TV personality chose diamonds as they are 'forever signifying my everlasting love'.

"The stones elegantly sit on a rose gold band. I'm a little emotional as I write this out. I will cherish this forever."

"Malachi was here and he remains so deeply loved. Thank you, Jesus, for giving me the great honour of being an angel mum."

In September, Kambua had made her intention clear that she wants something that will always remind her of her son.

"One of the things I really wanted to do after my baby boy got his angel wings was to get some memorial jewellery. I wanted something precious, but also functional," she said.

"Something I could always wear and remember that Malachi was here."

Kambua said she rarely wore bracelets and necklaces and so a ring was the best option.

While announcing the death of her child, Kambua said he was everything she hoped for.

"Perfect in every way. Malachi knew how much he was loved, and so he did all he could to stay with us. With the help of a most dedicated team of doctors and nurses, our little baby fought, until Jesus healed him by taking him to Himself," she wrote.

Adding, "Malachi is now free from pain and any worldy care. Our tears fall freely because our hearts are broken beyond words.

"But our faith and hope remains unshaken because we have our trust in a dependable God. A good, good Father. We may not know how to navigate the days ahead, but God does. And so we trust Him, a moment at a time."