- Nana Ama McBrown has celebrated the first birthday of her daughter, Baby Maxin
- Baby Maxin's birthday was marked with a big party at Ashan Children's Home at Kodie Dadease in the Ashanti region
- Here are some of the photos from the star-studded birthday party
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Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, celebrated her first birthday today, Friday, February 21, 2020, and she did so in grand style.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, McBrown took to social media to share many photos which showed Maxin's full face for the first time.
After flooding social media with her daughter's beautiful photos, McBrown took Maxin to the Ashan Children's Home at Kodie near Kumasi to celebrate the birthday with the kids there.
The party turned out to be a star-studded affair as McBrown's colleagues and friends came in their numbers to support.
Here are some of the best photos from the party as sighted on social media.
Meanwhile, throwback photos have popped up showing the swagger of McBrown's husband, Maxwell, has always been on point even from way back in the day.
In the old photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Maxwell could be seen in his usually handsome self as he posed with McBrown.
Interestingly, Maxwell was spotted rocking dreadlocks.
One of the photos had Maxwell wearing a white kaftan-like outfit with McBrown sitting in-between his legs while they smiled for the cameras.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a story of McBrown sharing a video of her daughter a day before her birthday.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, McBrown showed Baby Maxin walking and talking around the house.
Speaking in the video, McBrown indicated that Baby Maxin was now a big girl who walks and calls her mummy.
The excited actress expressed her gratitude to God and all the people who have supported her and her daughter.
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