TV3 newscaster Natalie Fort has been trending in the news since the night of Sunday, July 14, 2019.
This follows reports that the beautiful presenter had she was pregnant and had gone on leave from her role at TV3.
Initially, there were rumours that a TV presenter whose name starts with 'N' had got pregnant and was in trouble because there were about four men who could be responsible.
Though the name was not clearly stated, some blogs the decoded rumour suggesting that it was Fort and that sources at her workplace had suggested that she had gone on leave to hide the pregnancy.
While the TV newscaster may be popular among news-watchers, not much is known about Fort beyond the name and face on TV.
YEN.com.gh has put together facts about Fort that will make you know her beyond the TV screens.
Christened Natalie Ofosua Twum, she decided to use the name Fort which was a nickname given her in as her showbiz name.
Natalie Fort was born in July 1995.
Natalie Fort had her basic and secondary education at Ghana International School and Merton International School.
She later attended the Royal Academy of Music in London. She is also alumnus of Accra Film School.
Natalie started off in showbiz as a model when she was 13 years. At the age of 14, she was modelling for top designers at the Ghana Fashion Week held in Accra in 2009.
At 15, she represented Ghana in the Miss Princess of the World Pageant, in Prague, Czech Republic, where she placed ninth out of 40 contestants.
In 2015, aged 20 years, she started her career as a journalist with TV3 and has risen through the ranks to become the co-host for the station's main news programme.
Apart from her mainstream job with TV3, Fort is an entrepreneur with many businesses under what she describes the Fort Group of Companies.
The group includes a modelling agency, an art gallery, a fashion line, and a jewellery retail shop.
Natalie Fort's mother is a renowned career coach known as Joyce Twum. Fort is the second of her siblings. Her elder sister is a law student while their young brother is an art student.
Natalie Fort is a humanitarian, supporting needy patients across selected hospitals in Accra, Ghana, through the Fort Foundation.
She also serves as a High-Level Supporter of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) also known as the UN Refugee Agency.
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Source: Yen Newspaper