- McBrown's daughter's, Baby Maxin, is living a plush lifestyle
- Baby Maxin was recently unveiled as a brand ambassador
- A new photo after her unveiling has popped upo
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Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, already had the spotlight on her before her birth and now, the star in her is beginning to shine just a year after she came into the world.
The little girl is as beautiful as her mother and she is one of the richest celebrity kids in the country currently.
YEN.com.gh has sighted a new photo of Baby Maxin showing that she was born into wealth.
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In the photo, Baby Maxin is seen wearing a big smile as she posed nicely for the camera.
From the trending photo, Baby Maxin is surrounded by five beautiful dolls.
The photo has melted the hearts of social media users as they took to the comment section to show love to Baby Maxin.
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@botchway_agnes commented: "wow, how did you get her to do this. She is Soo adorable."
@vidashbaby8: "This little knows how to post for camera."
@shebawse_: "This is cute and beautiful."
@precious.ocran.1: "Beautiful Maxin."
@m_suas_collections: "The doll in blue has cheeks like mine."
See photo below:
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Recently, Baby Maxin signed a mouthwatering contract as brand ambassador for Amalena Children Haven, a shop in Accra which wholesales and retails baby products.
YEN.comgh reported photos of her unveiling ceremony which dominated the headlines.
YEN.com.gh previously reported a story of McBrown sharing a video of her daughter Baby Maxin’s room. The baby’s room is full of items making it look like a big boutique.
Inside the wardrobe are baby dresses, toys, and many others.
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