How celebrity couples looked then and now

How celebrity couples looked then and now

If you've ever experienced a wave of jealousy for some of the Ghanaian celebrity couples you see today, you should definitely continue to scroll down on this post because your mind is about to be blown!

A number of photos have been recovered from the past: mostly the past of some of your favourite celebrity couples.

It turns out, not all the couples you see with all the glitz and glamour have always had life this posh.

Check out four of these popular couples.

Van and Adjoa Vicker have been married for the past 13 years and it hasn't been posh from the beginning as you can see below.

How celebrity couples looked then and now

Would you have guessed this is Ohemaa Mercy and her husband? The couple got married some 14 years ago in Koforidua and it all started from humble beginnings.

How celebrity couples looked then and now

Now, they are one of the most successful gospel couples and are living good!

How celebrity couples looked then and now

The story of Sarkodie and Tracy has been very inspiring. They literally started from the bottom

How celebrity couples looked then and now

John Mahama may be president today, but once upon a time, he and Lordina were low-key China-made-shirt-wearers just like the ordinary Ghanaian.

How celebrity couples looked then and now

But now, levels have changed.

How celebrity couples looked then and now

Majid and Virna have been married a good number of years. They obviously got hitched when they were both very young and not as successful in their professional endeavours.

How celebrity couples looked then and now

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But today, the couple are one of the poshest and most admired in the country.

How celebrity couples looked then and now

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Which of these couples would you rather be?

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