– Nollywood actress, Etinosa Idemudia, has shown off her beautiful baby on social media
– It came as a surprise when the actress announced her pregnancy and delivery in December 2020
– Fans of the actress were in the comment section praising the beauty of the child after Etinosa shared new photos
Controversial Nollywood star, Etinosa Idemudia, welcomed her child, a daughter to the world in December 2020, and is definitely enjoying every moment.
The actress also took to social media to reveal the face of her baby for the first time on social media.
Etinosa who opened up on the challenges she went through before becoming a mum put up a photo of her and her baby as they graced the front cover of a magazine.
Idemudia who looked stunning in her makeup and short hair leaned in to give her look-alike daughter who slept on, oblivious of what was going on, a kiss.
“My beautiful daughter and I #CoverGirls. A good way to start the year. January Edition @lamodemag.”
Fans and colleagues of the actress could not help but gush over her adorable baby.
“Waoo, so beautiful . Congratulations pretty. More grace and blessings.”
“This baby is so adorable. this one no be what I ordered vs what I got o. original.”
“Christabel is soooo cute.”
“She is sooo beautiful!!!! Congratulations.”
“She is an Angel, God bless you both.”
“She’s so adorable.”
In other news about the actress, Legit.ng earlier reported that after announcing her pregnancy, Etinosa sent out replies to people who called her out on social media.
This was after her fellow actress, Victoria Inyama, criticised her for having a child out of wedlock.
According to a post shared by Nollywoodonline, Victoria stated that she was glad to be alive and well as the new mum joined their single mums’ group chat.
She continued by hoping that motherhood would bring some joy into Idemudia’s life so she would stop projecting her despair onto other people.
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