- Gospel singer Diana Hamilton has said it is unnecessary to ask married couples when they are getting children
- She said such pressure is cruel as it can affect the couple physically and emotionally
- Hamilton shared her own experience of suffering that treatment for five years
- She now has twins which she delivered in the 6th year of her marriage
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Popular and much-loved gospel singer Diana Hamilton has described that it is totally unnecessary to pressurise married couples to have children.
She said the norm where people constantly ask married people when they are giving birth is no one’s business.
Hamilton was speaking in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh in which she granted an interview about her music, her marriage, and life in general.
Speaking on this subject, Hamilton said some couples may be trying to have children, while others may not even be ready.
Therefore, asking such couples when they are having children is cruel, especially, for those who are trying and not getting.
Narrating her own experience, the Mo Ne Yo hitmaker said she struggled with this kind of unnecessary questions when she got married.
For five years, Hamilton said she was not getting pregnant, and many people bothered her, including male and female top church members.
She disclosed how she used to cry at the end of every month when she realised that she could not conceive.
However, her husband would always comfort her and promise that “don’t worry, we will try again next month”.
Though having maximum faith in God, the gospel singer said at time she broke down because she is a mere human.
Please, you can fast-forward to the 34th minute to watch Diana Hamilton speak:
At God’s own time, Hamilton had twins – a boy and a girl – and their beautiful photo was published by YEN.com.gh quite recently.
She was also in the news for celebrating 14 years of marriage with her husband.
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