Some of the Nigerian popular celebrities are inspiring mothers on how to slay together with their grown-up children. The actresses below are not just in the entertainment industry to entertain Nigerians but they are also there to be a role model to everyone. Check out how these four Nollywood film makers were seen alongside their grown-up daughter.
Biodun Sofuyi Okeowo
Popular Yoruba actress and social media influencer, Biodun Okeowo popularly known as Omoborty has a lovely grown up daughter identifies as Victoria. Despite that Omoborty is at the age of 42, it doesn't stop her from slaying better with Victoria.
(Photo credit: Instagram/officialomoborty & Google search engine)
Another popular Nigerian actress who is making a motherhood life attractive to ladies is Mercy Aigbe. She is a proud mother of a young lady identifies as Michelle, and she is becoming famous just like her mother.
(Photo credit: Instagram/mercyaigbe & Google search engine)
Omotola Jalade Ekeinde
Omotola Jalade who got married in 1996 and gave birth to her first child in 1997 is one of the veteran actresses whose love for her children is obviously deep. She has also seen making life better for her daughter, Princess by having some fun time with her.
(Photo credit: Instagram/realomosexy & Google search engine)
Ace Yoruba actress and influencer, Iyabo Ojo had also seen many times having fun together with her daughter. Iyabo Ojo sometimes rocking the same outfits with her grown-up child, Priscilla, which make them more attractive to fans.
(Photo credit: Instagram/iyaboojofespris & Google search engine)
Which of them above is your favorite celebrity?
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