Ghanaian actress and producer, Yvonne Nelson, has finally commented on the much-publicized rumors of her pregnancy, and subsequent childbirth on in an interview with WOW magazine.
In an interview with WOW Magazine, actress and producer Yvonne Nelson has finally responded to rumors of her pregnancy, and of giving birth to a beautiful baby girl.
Speaking about her pregnancy, Yvonne Nelson expressed that while she was pregnant, she felt humbled at the idea of becoming a mother.
Yvonne Nelson told WOW Magazine during the interview – apparently taken while she was pregnant – that the best part of her pregnancy was that she could eat anything and not have to worry about her tummy.
She also expressed that though her mother wanted her to be married before she had children, she accepted and supported her during her pregnancy.
Asked if she felt she wasn’t the traditional type of women who prefer to be married before having children, Yvonne said that although it’s good and right to be married, it’s up to the couple – even unmarried – to make the decision to have children.
“I wasn’t sure but I suspected I was. I was in London at the time with my man. I was so ready I know this was what I wanted at this moment in life.” said that actress.
Commenting on the birth of her child, Yvonne nelson finally confirmed the rumor that she gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, and also that the father is happy and has met the child.
“It’s a girl, you know, and her dad is very excited,” said Yvonne Nelson. This puts an end to almost a month of unconfirmed rumors and reports of her being a new mother, rumors that many have commented on.
Yvonne Nelson is a Ghanaian actress and film producer who owns her own film production company called YN Productions.
Born in Accra in November 12th, 1985, she went to St. Maftin De Porres School and later went to Aggrey Memorial Senior High School, after which attained her degree in Human Resource Management at Central University College.
She’s had hugely successful acting career with feature roles in over 100 film productions including House of Gold and Any Other Monday. Her production company (YN productions) is credited with producing the successful television series Heels and Sneakers.
She’s most notable for being the Ghanaian celebrity who started the popular anti power load-shedding movement dubbed #dumsormuststop at the height of Ghana’s power crisis in the summer of 2015. She’s initially made the headlines a few months ago when she denied that she was pregnant when reports went rife in the media.
Later when reports of her giving birth to a baby girl hit the public domain, the actress made the headlines again with her decision to remain quiet and not respond to the rumors.