- Regina Daniels has revealed why she decided to marry billionaire Ned Nwoko though he is fit to be her grandfather
- She said she is a very stubborn person and so had to marry someone older to be checked
- Regina indicated that she did not marry her older husband because of money as widely publicised, but rather he respects her
- The young actress also said she calls her husband "Baby"
Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, has once again left many social media users talking following a recent interview she had.
Daniel's marriage to billionaire politician husband, Ned Nwoko, has no doubt remained a thing of controversy. Regardless of this, the young wife is living her best life without a care in the world.
In a recent interview, the young actress opened up on why she didn't marry a younger man but agreed to marry Nwoko.
According to her, she is very stubborn and had always desired to marry someone older to be checked.
By her words, the young actress refuted the widely circulated report that she married Nwoko because of money, but rather because she respects her.
She said: "I don't think I would have married someone of my age because I'm quite stubborn. Verry very stubborn."
When asked if Nwoko being older is one of the reasons she respects him and isn't headstrong, Regina said everything is just fine as expected.
Asked what she calls her husband Regina responded: "He's my baby."
Interestingly, Nwoko was sitting right beside Regina during the interview, and he was so happy.
He reacted by saying he is the youngest baby in the world.
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Meanwhile, Nwoko recently made a heartwarming remark about Daniels when he acknowledged her as his wife,
He shared a beautiful photo of him and the actress in a dimly lit posh restaurant as they smiled at the camera.
In his message to his wife, Nwoko wished her many joyous and healthy years.
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