Nantale Elizabeth (born 31January 1989) is the among the great grandchildren of Daudi Cwa II of Buganda from Kingdom of Buganda a historic kingdom in modern-day Uganda, the third-largest economy in the East African Community.
Nantale was born in Nairobi in 1989 to the late Prince Fredrick David Mulondo, son of Prince George William Mawanda chwa , a son to Daudi Chwa II of Buganda. Prince George William once represented Uganda at the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Prince William was also the first and only Ugandan to be made honorary member of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) at Lords cricket ground, which prompted him to start and campaign, the African Cricket club. Elizabeth has six brothers and is the only girl in the family
Elizabeth attended Lohana Academy Primary School, in Entebbe, Buganda road high School, and Winston Standard Academy. After graduating from secondary schoolshe took up different courses. She earned an associate degree with honours from Makerere University, a Bachelor of Arts degree from IATA institute doing Airline ticketing and reservation, an associate degree with Distinction in Cosmetology.
Elizabeth is into fashion, modelling and showbiz that she once featured on the floss magazine front page in 2008 as a model. She often attends fashion shows in Uganda and South Africa and White party in Dubai.. Much as she is into fashion, Elizabeth is reluctant to create a fashion brand of her own inspite of the dozens of fashion pieces in her wardrobe, she always these pieces and posts on social media. In 2013 and 2014, Nantale attracted media attention when she was spotted with one of Kampala‘s tycoons Dick Kizito who is always involved in money theft scandals, their frequent meetings in which she was indecently dressed aroused criticism from both her family and public, this prompted her to confront the media and claiming her ex-boyfriend allegedly hired photographers from media to take photos of her from “point of view” that would expose her private part since her dress had two long wide slits in the middle that reached to the pelvic area, the two however reconciled. She was invited and appeared among the part of the Buganda royal family at the kabaka‘s birthday party 2017.
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