- Tracey Boakye's daughter has been spotted in a new cute video on social media
- The bundle of joy was seen seated all by herself as she beamed with smiles
- Nana Akua Nhyira is the second child of Tracey Boakye and she is already a social media sensation
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Nana Akua Nhyira, the adorable baby girl of actress and producer, Tracey Boakye, has been spotted in a new video which has warmed hearts of many on social media.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Tracey Boakye's little princess was seen seated all by herself as she beamed with infectious smiles.
She appeared to be playing alone as her mother captured the exciting moment on camera to show it to the rest of the world.
Nana Akua Nhyira was seen in the video wearing a light blue dress that had been complimented with some patches of African prints.
She also had a ribbon in her hair and sat pretty as the video of her was being taken possibly by her mother, Tracey Boakye.
The video which was posted on the Instagram page of the little girl was captioned: "HAPPY SUNDAY.. #mummysgirl"
Many fans and followers of the little girl took to the comment section to heap praises on the Nana Akua Nhyira.
acquah5032 came in with the comment: "My baby girl"
tracyboakyeba also wrote: "A happy Sunday to you to sis"
suzan_akua commented: "My beautiful princess"
adwoadee4 dropped the comment: "Awwww Nana nyame nhyira wo"
There were many such comments which prove that Nana Akua Nhyira is truly loved by her teeming fans and followers.
In a piece of rather sad news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multiple award-winning singer Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, famed as Mzbel, has made a social media post to the effect that she has lost a set of unborn twins prematurely.
In a post the singer made on Instagram and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mzbel indicated that the twins could not make it as they passed away before they were born.
After posting a photo of a pregnancy scan showing two separate bodies, the singer expressed her pain and sorrow over the loss.
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