The Nigeria movie industry known as Nollywood have recorded a lot of love stories that ended in marriage. Some of these stars meet on set and start up a relationship when they fall in love and find each other compatible. We have lots of love stories like that.
One of such couples that met on movie set is the Okechukwus. I am speaking of Ikechukwu (Iyke) Okechukwu and Florence Uwaleke Okechukwu. These two love birds met on the set of one of Nigeria long standing TV series Tinsel. Iyke goes by the name Chucks, very hilarious and interesting character, Florence goes by the name Ene (short for Ekenedilichukwu). Interestingly, they played boyfriend and girlfriend, but later got married as well in the series.
Their make believe on TV later became a reality 8 Years ago when they both said 'I do' in real life. Their beautiful union is blessed with 2 beautiful children, a boy and a girl.
Today they are celebrating their 8 years of marital bliss. Florence took to her Instagram page to pen down heartfelt message to her better half as she shared beautiful family photos.
This is wishing the Okechukwus a very happy wedding anniversary. May their union remain strong and blissful forever.
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