Jamie Roberts, father of Yvonne Nelson's baby, Ryn Roberts, has celebrated his daughter on the occasion of her 1st birthday with a warm message.
Jamie Roberts, a photographer, took to his Instagram account to wish his daughter well on the occasion of her birthday and shared some photos of her.
Some photos of his daughter that he shared showed her while she was growing up and he captioned them with the excitement he felt for having her.
His post read, "Just when you think God can’t bless you any further He will bestow upon you the greatest of blessings. HUGE happy 1st birthday to my lil Princess @rynroberts. The year has FLOWN by and I couldn’t be more proud of how you have already turned out to be such a wonderful little girl, full of laughter, jokes and love... but very stubborn like your mother."
"You also may look like your brother but behave like your sister and I couldn’t be happier about that. @yvonnenelsongh you can be proud of your GREATEST production to date, your love and devotion has made her the lovely little lady she is on this day. Here’s to many MANY more celebrations," the post continued.
Yvonne Nelson has also taken to social media to celebrate her daughter and has wished her well on her first birthday.
After sharing a photo of her daughter, Yvonne Nelson captioned it, "My baby is 1."
Jamie Roberts came to the attention of Ghanaians when the news of Yvonne Nelson’s pregnancy and subsequent childbirth dominated the headlines.
Jamie Roberts’ identity as the father of Yvonne’s baby Ryn did not come without controversy. It was purported that the celebrity photographer was married to a Nigerian lady by name Keela Harrison and the couple were on their way to be divorced.
In responding to these claims, Jamie Roberts revealed that he had not been married before and that all the allegations making rounds were false.
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