- Photo of Yvonne Nelson's daughter, Ryn Roberts wearing a wig has gone viral on social media
- Since her account was reactivated few weeks ago, she has been stunning fans with awesome photos
- Instagram users on watching the photo expressed how hilarious the photo looked
Ryn Roberts, daughter of popular actress Yvonne Nelson has got social media talking after her new photo surfaced online.
In the photo that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ryn Roberts was seen wearing a rather big looking wig on her head.
Ryn was barefooted as she wore a red dress and captioned the photo: "A girl needs a wig too @thehairvillage."
For a two-year-old girl, it is interesting and uncommon to see her wear such a big-looking and long wig.
Instagram users on watching the rather interesting photo reacted:
@oly_butter claimed the wig is beautiful: "Please I want the wig it's just too beautiful."
@nickibella351 expressed how funny she looked: "If i see her @ night aswear i go run."
@blessed_dna had this to say: "Like mother like daughter u know. True beauty."
@nana_akua_adjei heaped praise on Ryn: "Aww my gracious...what a cutie."
@thehairvillage admired Ryn: "Hello Ryn we love you. But May we know what style you need to rock next."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that there is a lot of admiration for Yvonne Nelson's first daughter.
It has been revealed on the page that Ryn Robert's account is managed by her mother Yvonne Nelson.
Prior to this photo, the account was deactivated following jabs thrown at celebrities who have Instagram accounts for their children.
Popular television presenter Nana Aba Anamoah jabbed all celebrities who operate Instagram account for their little children.
She trolled that the accounts are used to send sweet messages to themselves when in reality the little children cannot write those words.
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