Kyeiwaa wedding: Funny moment Kumawood actress says her vows in English (video)

Kyeiwaa wedding: Funny moment Kumawood actress says her vows in English (video)

- Kumawood actress and her sweetheart, Michael Kissi Asare, have tied the knot

- The couple finalised their marriage with a white wedding in America on Saturday, July 25, 2020

- There was a funny moment at the wedding when Kyeiwaa said her vows

- Kyeiwaa said her vows in English and got the crowd erupting in laughter

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Kumawood actress Kyeiwaa, known in private life as Rose Mensah aka Akua Ataa, has finally had her white wedding in America.

The veteran actress and Micheal Kissi Asare, a Ghanaian based in the United States, tied the knot in Worcester, Massachusetts on Saturday, July 25, 2020.

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, first videos from the wedding have already popped up showing how the lovely ceremony.

Kyeiwaa wedding: Funny moment Kumawood actress says her vows in English (video)

Photo source: Instagram/Sweet Maame Adwoa
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Another video from the wedding has popped up showing the moment the Kyeiwaa said her marital vows.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, a glowing Kyeiwaa could be seen with wide smiles as she was handed a microphone to say her vow

While the officiating minister started in Twi, Kyeiwaa decided to speak in English rather starting with "My Dear Michael..."

Left with no choice, the minister switched to English and got those present cheering Kyeiwaa as she followed his lead.

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The white wedding of Kyeiwaa and Kissi Asare followed a colourful traditional wedding the day before.

YEN.com.gh earlier published photos from the traditional wedding which have Kyeiwaa and her husband, Michael Kissi Asare, dressed in regal traditional Ghanaian kente.

Some family members and friends clothed in kente and kente-inspired designs were also seen in attendance.

Attendees of the marriage ceremony were seen observing COVID-19 protocols as they were spotted in nose masks and also sat while keeping their distance from one another.

Originally, Kyeiwaa was supposed to marry on March 21, 2020, and even had a bridal shower but the wedding had to be postponed after the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic in the US led to restrictions on public gatherings.

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