- Yvonne Nelson has finally shown her daughter to the world
- The actress and British photographer, Jamie Roberts are parents of young Ryn Roberts
Yvonne Nelson has warmed many hearts on social media with the very first full view of the face of her daughter, Ryn Roberts in a latest post on the Instagram handle of the celebrity baby.
Yvonne Nelson, who was able to keep her pregnancy a secret from the eyes of the public, managed to keep the identity of her newly-born baby from the glaring eyes of the media.
However, the actress and her daughter, made a special appearance on social media as they covered a magazine in a very splendid photo.
Both mum and daughter who looked ravishing, made the April cover of popular magazine, ‘Agoo’.
In a post made on her Instagram handle, Ryn Roberts captioned a video, “Hello World...my first magazine cover yaaaay”.
Speaking in an interview with Abeiku Santana on Accra-based Okay FM some time back, the ‘Heels and Sneakers’ actress revealed how she almost gave birth to her daughter in a car.
The actress also commented on her love life and how many people criticized her for giving birth out of wedlock.
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Speaking in a BBC interview, the actresses is believed to have said that, “To get married, have kids, raise a family is ideal but I believe society puts a lot of pressure on women, young women in Africa especially.”
Yvonne Nelson maintained that even though it was ideal in Africa to get married before having children, the pressure that came with marriage and sometimes childbirth were ‘unbearable’ in ou part of the world.
Yvonne Nelson shot a reality show while waiting to put to bed. The show, ‘Waiting for Ryn’, is expected to be released soon.
Jamie Roberts’ identity as the father of Yvonne’s baby did not come without some allegations. It was purported that he was married to Nigerian lady, Keela Harrison. These claims have however been found to be untrue.
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In the video below, the deputy education minister, Mrs Barbara Ayisi, speaks on how President Akufo-Addo inspires her, and how the president's success story must also inspire the youth of Ghana to greater heights:
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