Adjetey Anang's wife tells how she fell in love after years of marriage

Adjetey Anang's wife tells how she fell in love after years of marriage

- Marriage is one of the journey's you embark on that could change your thinking for life and it depends on you the individual to make up your mind you really want it to work

- This has probably been the principle Elorm Anang has lived by in her 12 years of marriage

- As she shares her experiences it shows you how love is built bit by bit

The wife of actor Adjetey Anang, Elorm Anang, has made some revelations concerning her marriage to Pusher as he is affectionately called.

According to her, though she now sees herself to be a lucky woman with her husband, there were times she felt their marriage was a mistake due to the turnout of events.

She disclosed this when both her and her husband shared their marriage experience on Joy News’ AM Show as part of events ahead of the renewal of their 12 years marriage vows at the 2019 Joy Beauty and Bridal Fair.

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“Things were not perfect from the beginning. I wasn’t in love but I just felt I had this guy I admire, I like and respect so let’s give it a shot but along the line I felt like turning back. I really used to nag but now I can’t believe we are here,” she said.

Mrs Anang further revealed that she never enjoyed going out with her husband at the early years of their marriage because she felt like a stranger in his space.

“We go for premieres and everybody has his attention and I just have to wait for him, I wouldn’t join in his selfies because I am not the actress and was not invited.

I felt uncomfortable and didn’t feel like I belonged, but with time, we have learnt and grown together,” she added.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the actor revealed that the most difficult part of his 12-year-old marriage was when they had to wait for many years for a child.

According to him, there were many challenges, however, having to wait for seven years for their first child brought them untold pain and struggle.

This was mainly because society frowned upon them, while they themselves were anxious.

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