- Tracey Boakye and her family have been spotted having fun on their vacation abroad
- The actress, her kids, and their nanny posed for photos in front of popular Disney Land
- Tracey Boakye is currently globetrotting with her family and they have been to three countries already
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Ghanaian actress, producer, and super mum, Tracey Boakye, has been spotted having fun with her kids, Kwaku Danso Yahaya and Nana Akua Nhyira, and their nanny.
In a new photo sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Tracey Boakye had taken her kids and their nanny to the Paris version of Disney Land, France.
The whole family huddled up for a photo as they had fun at the dream destination of many kids around the world.
They were all seen in winter clothes as they posed for the camera that has gained massive traction on social media.
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After posting the photo on her official Instagram page, Tracey Boakye captioned it:
"Wherever you meet God, please thank him for me. Disney land with my babies"
Fans react to the photo
Fans of the pretty actress took to the comment section to react to the photo she posted along with the accompanying caption.
esther_boakyewaah had this to say:
"God has been good....onyame ayebi"
traceyboakye_lovely_daughter had this to say:
"Beautiful family ,Is Akua pose for me"
"This is beautiful"
"God thank you oooo"
kate_ansomaa also commented:
"Thanks and praise to the most high God tap into your blessings"
I didn't use the money Bawumia gave me to pay my rent - TT opens up on GHC50k gift
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram but believed to have emanated from an interview of the actor with Harriet Mensah of Takoradi-based Empire FM, TT said he used the money for other stuff rather than its original purpose.
The GHC50,000 which he received from Vice President Bawumia was purposely to pay the actor's rent and also use some for his upkeep.
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