- Afia Schwarzenegger has celebrated the 19th birthday of her twin sons with an adorable cake-cutting ceremony
- The popular media personality shared a video of their heartwarming family moment on her social media handles
- The video is gaining attention and has erupted with birthday commentaries
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Outspoken Ghanaian media personality, Afia Schwarzenegger, has celebrated her twin boys, Irvin Junior and Heerdegen, with a mini cake-cutting ceremony as they mark their 19th birthday.
Irvin Junior and Heerdegen celebrated their 19th birthday on Friday, August 21, 2020, and they have been greatly admired as they turned a new age.
Popular for being the sons of the famous comic entertainer, the twin boys have effortlessly become social media stars and as they marked nineteen years of life, they are being featured on major online portals.
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In the video that has been shared by Afia Shwar, the adorable twin brothers can be seen with their mother having a simple but beautiful cake-cutting ceremony at their residence.
The trio are seen having a heartwarming family moment together with their little sister, Pena, and a family pal.
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The video of Afia Schwar and her handsome twin boys cutting cake to mark their birthday has evoked comments from their loved ones and her followers.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh recently reported that Valentina Agyeiwaa, better known as Afia Schwarzenegger, has celebrated her daughter, Pena, as she turns a year older today.
The comic actor took to her social media handles to share spectacular images of her daughter along with a heartfelt message as she marks a new age today, 11 July.
In the goose-bump raising message along with the stunning birthday frames of Pena, Afia Schwar, described her daughter as the ''definition of grace''.
In another story, age, they say is just a number, and Elizabeth-Irene Baitie, a Ghanaian woman who just turned 50 years old has just affirmed the truism in this narrative.
Without stereotyping women or persons who look older than their age, Baitie has been hailed as a quintessential example of a person who has defied time to maintain her youthful hue.
Elizabeth-Irene Baitie just marked her 50th birthday in August 2020 and she has taken to social media to celebrate her new age with lovely snaps of herself.
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