- TV3’s Natalie Fort appears unperturbed about pregnancy reports about her
- In a new post, she disclosed that she was focusing more on smiling, showing compassion, while shunning judgment
- Fort has been accused of being pregnant with many controversies
TV3’s Natalie Fort has been trending in the news recently following reports that she is pregnant.
However, in a new post sighted by YEN.com.gh, the television presenter appears unperturbed about the report while living her best life.
In a photo she shared with her caption, the beautiful presenter was captured smiling together with her mother, and it was clear that she was not bothered about anything.
She wrote: "More smiling, less worrying. More compassion, less judgment. More blessed, less stressed. More love, less hate."
Her fans and followers have commented on her post with some of them encouraging her to “ignore the haters”.
Rholisc, for instance, asked Fort to ignore her detractors:
rholisc: “You are pretty and intelligent. Pls ignore the haters..”
Haizel said Fort’s smile is beautiful:
team_haizel: “Lovely smile”
Esther commented that Fort’s caption was all that was needed:
Wilson, said he was missing Fort and wondered why he was not seeing her on TV:
keketsyorwilson: “Missing you so much, what is happening to the tv3 news channel.”
Meanwhile, Natalie Fort is said to be pregnant and has taken a year’s leave without pay.
This follows earlier widespread report that a popular TV presenter was pregnant.
This presenter was said to be involved with four married men, and so, is not able to tell who the father of her unborn baby is.
The four married men, YEN.com.gh gathered, includes a high ranking member of the NPP.
YEN.com.gh, however, cannot say if the lady in question is Fort or not.
Also, Nana Aba Anamoah has opened up on the issue saying she is not the one.
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