Beautiful Ghanaian actress, Jackie Appiah, was formerly married to her sweetheart, Peter Agyeman, who was a businessman.
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Not many people knew this as the marriage that was held in 2005 lasted for just a short while.
Nevertheless, photos from their wedding ceremony show that the couple was in love at the time of their marriage.
YEN.com.gh brings you photos of Jackie and her former husband:
1. Mr. and Mrs. Agyeman at their wedding ceremony:
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2. On the dancefloor, Jackie seems to be shy of her husband:
3. The couple at the wedding reception:
4. Jackie managed to dance at the reception despite her shyness:
5. The couple attend an event together:
6. The couple poses with actress Martha Ankomah:
Jackie and Peter gave birth to their son and only child together, Peter Damien Agyeman, who is soon turning 16 and looks so tall.
It was rumoured that their traditional marriage came off after the birth of their son.
Jackie herself is most loved by Ghanaians as she is described as one of Ghana’s respected and decent actresses.
She is the most-followed Ghanaian female celeb on social media and has done well to stay out of controversies.
The actress was in the news recently for causing massive traffic at an African mall when a large group of people came out to catch a glimpse of her.
Photos of Samini's 8 children
Meanwhile, in other news, YEN.com.gh has published photos of all of Samini's 8 children.
The musician currently has eight children – 4 with his first wife who is based in Canada, and the remaining four with other women.
Some of the children look exactly like their father while the rest, perhaps, took after their mothers.
Zionfelix's Italian baby mama releases note about their son
Still, in other news, blogger Zionfelix's Italy-based baby mama, Erica, has released a note about their son.
In the note, the son, through his mother, tells how he wants to be treated by his parents.
Adom Jnr, as the boy is named, urged his parents to be patient with him while he grows up.