A lot seems to be going on with star actress and producer, Yvonne Nelson to the extent that she revealed the name of her daughter without many noticing.
Having been honoured at the 2017 edition of the Girl Talk Concert which was held at the National Theatre, last Wednesday, Yvonne was already in the news in the week.
She calling out GHONe TV presenter, Berla Mundi, on Friday for 'gossiping' about her on one of her shows ensured that she dominated the entertainment news headlines over the weekend.
But in the midst of the controversy, the beautiful actress dropped hints of what we assume is the name of her first child with a 'prophecy' of her becoming great.
Moments after 'attacking' Berla Mundi in a tweet, she tweeted, "RYN ROBERTS .....you’ll be great in JESUS Name. Amen".
And two days later, she also tweeted an Instagram link of photos of her being honoured at the Girl Talk concert saying "Thank you @GirlTalk_World #humbled. Ryn will surely see this one day"
Apart from the suggestive posts of she referring to her daughter, our checks reveal Ryn is a Welsh name which means Ruler and since the father of the child, Jamie Roberts is known to be of Irish descent, it is only logical to deduce its the child's name.
Yvonne Nelson, has been one of the most popular actress in Ghana in the last decade
Having featured in over 100 film productions and also owning her own production company, YN productions, she could be described as very successful in her field of work and she a staunch following.
After months of speculations, Yvonne confirmed the birth her daughter in November and it was greeted with mixed reactions.
While many thought, she, as a role model, should not have given birth out of wedlock, others thought it was her own life and as such not a big deal.
Later information suggesting her partner, Jamie may have been married deepened criticisms but it looks like the two are so much in love and are forging ahead despite the many criticisms.
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She founded the Yvonne Nelson Glaucoma Foundation in 2010 to help create awareness about the disease.
With support from other Ghanaian celebrities, she recorded an all-star charity single, and shot a video to help educate people.