Mum has baby with daughter’s husband after planning dream wedding for her

Mum has baby with daughter’s husband after planning dream wedding for her

- A mother has reportedly had a baby with her son-in-law after paying for her daughter's wedding

- Julie reportedly joined Lauren Wall and her husband Paul White on their honeymoon and was pregnant months after

- Lauren, who is now 34 years, was 19 years when she married White

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YEN.com.gh has learnt that a woman paid for her daughter’s wedding only to end up pregnant for her son-in-law after nine months.

Lauren Wall, who lost her husband to her mother, has stated that she will never fully forgive her.

Information available shows that Wall, who just turned 34, and is from Twickenham in south-west London, married Paul White, an airport worker when she was 19 years.

Mum has baby with daughter’s husband after planning dream wedding for her

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Wall’s daughter, 53-year-old Julie, reportedly paid £15,000 for the wedding and followed the husband and wife to enjoy their honeymoon.

Per a report by peacefmonline.com, nine months later, Julie gave birth to Paul’s child.

In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that Francis Pwualua, a cleaner and resident of Nayania, a suburb of Navrongo in the Upper East region, has won an amount of GHc126,000.

Information available shows that Pwualua staked a National Lottery Authority (NLA) game with GHc2.

His big win happened on Friday, January 17, 2020, in NLA’s new jackpot game known as Daywa 5/39 which was launched on November 26, 2019.

Per a report of GhanaWeb, Pwauala placed his lotto ticket via the shortcode *446# with lucky numbers 15, 18, 17, 20, 16 at the NLA’s new jackpot game.

His five selected numbers exactly matched that of NLA which were drawn at NLA’s Brennan Hall at 7 pm, making him the first winner of the new game.

The jackpot prize reportedly grew from a minimum of GHc100,000 over seven weeks to GHS 126,000, during which tens of thousands of Ghanaians tried their luck.

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