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Yvonne Nelson Talks About Her Baby Daddy On Wow Magazine

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By Eromosele Patrick Eidusi

Yvonne Nelson covers the latest WOW Magazine’s issue, where she bares it all.

In the cover story, the award winning Ghanaian actress talks about pregnancy, her partner, and finding complete happiness with her baby girl.

The issue was released on her birthday, 12th November.

Yvonne Nelson

She shared a photo of the cover on Instagram and wrote: “WOW! ITS MY BIRTHDAY 🎂🎊🎂, The Best year of my life! The best birthday GIFT ever! Looking for a miracle?? Just look around you, it’s there. He’s present in everything.”

See excerpts below and slide through gallery above for more photos


I was so paranoid because I don’t think I’ve been to the hospital ever, but I got pregnant and I had to go to the hospital like every two weeks. You know all these different tests one must undergo and it is scary because it (was my) first time. You don’t just know what to expect, people don’t tell you these things.

It feels like a minute ago. I was on the beach relaxing in my size 4 figure… it’s so humbling knowing that I’m about to become a mother. Guess the best part? I can eat whatever I want without worrying my tummy would protrude. It’s already very big.

Yvonne Nelson


My mum used to be so big on marriage: she was very traditional – marriage, then baby – until I got pregnant. It’s like everything changed, I guess your priority obviously changes to something else. She’s now more concerned about the baby.


I believe if I say that (I’m not a traditional lady who may decide to get pregnant out of wedlock), people might say I’m not setting a good example but I think society is just so hard on most of us. The fact is, it’s good to get married, it’s the right thing to do, but then again, if you are a woman and you think you are getting to a certain age and you don’t want to have kids and you meet a responsible guy who hasn’t yet proposed but wants to do same thing. It depends on you and him. You can go ahead and do it if you think the guy is right and responsible and makes you happy. Why not?

Yvonne Nelson


It was, and the truth of the matter is, it’s been something I’ve been waiting for since I turned 29. On my 30th birthday, I was in Venice Italy, I remember the night before my birthday. I called my mum and I was crying. I was so sad, I was seeing someone else then and he was an ideal guy and everything, he took me there for my birthday and he proposed.

He’s somebody I would have loved to have a family with but he wanted me to move to London. My whole life was going to change because of him and its not something you should do. You don’t have to change your whole life because of a man, because of your marriage. I’m sure most people do, so in the long run it didn’t work out.

It’s quite funny because someone proposed and I didn’t get to have a baby for the person, and this person who hasn’t proposed, I’m having a baby for him, so it’s a vibe, its friendship, its understanding. It’s how the person makes you (feel). It’s not about someone putting a rock on your finger and you forget.

Yvonne Nelson


Marriage is scary but of course, I’d love my child to have a dad around. We would have the ideal family setting. As I said, I can’t marry myself, someone would have to marry me, so yeah, when it happens I’d be glad (but) I don’t want to put pressure on any one.

See more photos in the gallery above


Interviewer: Julie Odia |@babyjuleswow

Styling: @thinkifan

Photography: @focusghphotogrpahy

Hair: @hairbyjmsbeau |@jador_queen

Makeup: @lawrebabe_mau |@vendajules

Jewellery: @ellacadie

Outfit: @ericamoorebrand

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