Regina Daniels who is currently a mother of one welcomed her handsome boy sometime last year and ever since, she has been a happy mother. Motherhood is an amazing journey, the joy of seeing one’s child grow and healthy is an unexplainable feelings. The actress is truly lucky to have given birth to her own child at a younger age.
Taking to the internet hours ago, Regina Daniels posted some lovely pictures of her son on Instagram today and it generated so many reactions online as her fans and followers couldn’t help but to compliment the beauty of the young lad.
Regina Daniels’ son, Prince Munir Nwoko also called Moon is of no doubt a handsome boy. The lad is like a carbon copy of his mother, though some claim he looks like his father (Ned Nwoko) as well with touch of his mother’s complexion.
Take a look at the pictures Munir’s mother shared online:
From the pictures, we can see that Munir and his mother spent some good time together today outside the house as they visited the mall/supermarket to get their necessities.
Also, little Munir have changed his hairstyle as his currently on ponytails. He actually looks good on it.
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