- Charlene Ruto left many Kenyans excited after she stepped out in a lovely orange outfit that looked like a romper
- The president’s daughter, who often leaves heads turning with her choice of outfits and style, left many gentlemen admiring her
- One man, in particular, @mwamiyes, via Twitter declared his love for her, noting that he was willing to take care of her as he was smitten with her
President William Ruto’s daughter has left men declaring love for her after stepping out in an orange romper.
Charlene in orange outfit
The president’s daughter, who often leaves heads turning with her choice of outfits and style, left many men at a loss for words after the photos emerged online.
Taken a few days ago at a Mombasa event, the photos depicted Charlene in an orange romper that showed off her lovely legs and flawless skin.
Today’s highlight was the official launch of @DiversityXtraKE championed by Miss Deaf Africa 2018 @BabelynnMukilaat the @swahilipothub. The initiative seeks to transform Kenya’s economy through the celebration & empowerment of Young PWDs while aiming at inclusion in all sectors,” she said.
Man confesses feelings
A man has noted that the snaps have left him mesmerised as he loves Charlene.
He noted that one photo of her in the orange outfit made him want to get on his knees and ask for her hand in marriage.
The man disclosed that he did not have a job but was willing to take care of her.
“Charlene Ruto, mimi, I have been waiting all my life to tell you this, first of all mimi Sina kazi, but I am sure I can take care of you. You are such a beautiful pretty woman, and I can’t stop looking at this photo. Your eyes are so pretty can make me lose my mind. I am ready.”
Charlene Rutos steps out in lovely gown
Separately, Charlene also left Kenyans in awe after stepping out rocking a lovely gold gown and new hairstyle at a luxurious dinner.
The beautiful rich kid’s natural and simple hairstyle made her stand out, and netizens applauded her stylist for doing a great job.
This was after the first daughter hosted the 4th annual Women in Film Awards held in Nairobi.
“I hosted the winners of this year’s #WomenInFilmAwards for dinner last night to celebrate them, their phenomenal work and contribution to the Kenyan and International Film industry. This was in a bid to appreciate and let them know that their hard work is not taken for granted,” she posted, accompanied by photos.