YEN.com.gh has sighted a throwback photo of popular Ghanaian actress, Beverly Afaglo, which is making the rounds on social media.
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The photo is believed to be taken when she was a teenager.
Interestingly, apart from the increase in body size, some of Beverly’s features including her eyes and shoulders remain unchanged.
They look the just as she is today proving that she has been beautiful from day one.
Beverly Afaglo, also wife of Eugene Baah, commonly known as Choir Master of ‘Praye’ fame is one of Ghana’s fine actresses.
The two got married in a colourful wedding ceremony in 2012 and currently have two lovely girls together.
She has starred in movies such as ‘Single Six’ alongside Yvonne Okoro, Mzbel, Roselyn Ngissah, Nana Akua Addo, Jackie Appiah and many more.
Other movies include Big Girls Club, Total Exchange, Playboy, King’s Bride and Crime to Christ which also featured actor Majid Michel.
Beverly Afaglo, also known as Beverly Baah has stated in a recent interview that her family is her topmost priority against her acting career.
The actress who has been married for six years says she has not regretted making the decision to marry, stressing that it is the best decision she could ever make.
“I wanted to get married and start a family so the decision came as an easy one for me to make and I’m glad I took that bold step to accomplish it,” said Beverly Afaglo.
But she admitted that starting a family has had a toll on her career; however she is unperturbed because her family is all she needs than any other thing.
Beverly, also hinted that she would be returning to her acting career and hit the screens soon as she has featured in an upcoming series ‘Family Affair’ and some other movies.
She also disclosed that she is working hard together with her musician husband to make their family a happy and exemplary one; stating that “being submissive to my husband is what keeps us going.”
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