Yvonne Nelson’s Boyfriend Just ‘Showed Up’ & We Found Something Interesting About Their Relationship

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So we’ve all been wondering who was the lucky man to have snatched our Ghanaian sister from us and although we had the clue that he was a fashion photographer based in London, we still didn’t know what he looked like but now, we know it all!

Yvonne Nelson gave birth to a baby girl back in October this year and since the news broke, we’ve all been looking for more and more information especially when she denied earlier media reports that she was pregnant.

The mystery man who impregnated Yvonne Nelson has come out to wish her girlfriend a happy birthday when the actress turned 32 yesterday.

In an Instagram post, he made, wishing her a happy birthday, he described her as the strongest woman he’s ever known and thanked her for introducing him to Waakye.

His post on Instagram accompanied with several images read; “The biggest Happy Birthday possible to the one and only @yvonnenelsongh ?? Ghana’s finest ?? May God continue to bless and protect you throughout your days. Not only one of the strongest women I know but also one of the greatest of friends there can be. Thank you for your love and support but most of all.. thank you for introducing me to WAAKYE! ? ?, God bless you… oh and PS, congratulations on the WONDERFUL news ? #YvonneNelson #happybirthday#godbless”


Yesterday, we published a story where Yvonne Nelson had disclosed in an interview that, someone proposed marriage to her on her 30th birthday, which was last 2 years but things didn’t work out as the man wanted her to move to London when they get married. 


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