- Nana Ama McBrown has been spotted in a video kneeling before her husband, Maxwell Mensah
- McBrown knelt down to thank her husband for being patient during her search for a baby
- The video is from the birthday party of their daughter, Baby Maxin
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Star actress and TV personality Nana Ama McBrown got her husband, Maxwell Mensah, surprised as she knelt before him during their daughter, Baby Maxin’s, first birthday celebration.
Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, celebrated her first birthday on 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.
At the party, McBrown handed over a building she had put up for the orphanage to be used as a canteen.
While speaking at the inauguration of the new building, the actress decided to use the opportunity to thank her husband Maxwell Mensah.
Midway through her speech, the actress knelt down before Maxwell as she urged those to join her to thank her husband for his support and patience throughout the years she struggled for a baby.
Maxwell who was standing right by McBrown with their daughter, looked surprised by his wife's move and beckoned her to get up.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has sighted videos of star actress and TV personality Nana Ama McBrown's plush house in Kumasi.
The videos of the beautiful building came from the birthday celebration of McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, on Friday, February 21, 2020.
From the videos, many beautiful and expensive cars could be seen parked in the house.
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