Princess Komuntale Sends Tongues Wagging With Kinky Costume

Princess Komuntale Sends Tongues Wagging With Kinky Costume

By Our Reporter

Stunning Tooro kingdom Princess Ruth Nsemere Komuntale recently left tongues wagging and eyes popping after she donned a very tantalizing costume for her bachelorette party.

Komuntale,  who is  officially engaged to her fiancé  Phil Amooti and they’re both based in America, held a flashy bachelorette party over the weekend, which was attended by a few of her close friends.

However, her costume, which was a dazzling see-through white dress, left  several of her male admirers and fans on social media drooling litres of saliva.

Princess Ruth Komuntale kissing her lover Phil Amooti

This is because the very tempting dress almost left nothing to imagine about the Princess’ lovely curves and goodies in the eyes of onlookers.

Meanwhile, Moles intimate that Komuntale is already practicing her wifely duties by ensuring that she cooks all Amooti’s meals on a daily, so as not to solicit the services of a maid or chef.

Komuntale and Amooti hooked up in 2018 and later in 2019 held an official engagement ceremony that was attended by the Omukama Oyo Nyimba Iguru, the Tooro queen mother Best Kemigisha, and a few other royal family members, who blessed the couple’s relationship.

Princess Komuntale exhibits her super kitchen skills by cooking when blindfolded

The couple was set to hold a massive wedding last year but the preparations were jeopardized by the outbreak of the  COVID-19 pandemic, which forced them to postpone the wedding to a later date this year, although it is yet to be communicated.

That however did not stop them from moving in together and as you read this, he is already enjoying her royal Goodies as she cooks for him at his apartment.

But all that notwithstanding, many Batooro and some royal family members have since asked questions about the dowry that Amooti paid for the Princess, if any, and when the couple plans to officially wed such that they can stop cohabiting, because it paints a not so favourable image for the royal family.  

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