Joyce Blessing flaunts her 3 sons on social media after ‘divorce’

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Joyce Blessing has warmed the hearts of social media users by posting a family photo with her 3 sons for the very first time.

The photo sighted had the family wearing white tops with African print as shorts and skirt.

Joyce Blessing was seen in a long-sleeved shirt with a beautiful African print skirt while her sons were clad in white polo shirts and African print-inspired shorts.

The family photo had the mother and her three sons beaming with smiles as they posed for the cameras.

As a reminder, Joyce Blessing has registered her name in the media most recently with rumours of parting ways with her estranged husband, Dave Joy.

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