Actresses are influencing both young and old women in different forms which proves that they are not in the entertainment industry to entertain people alone, but they're also there to serve as role models to fans. Despite after the below African actresses had kids, they still rock skinny and leather trousers which have definitely impacted positively in the fashion ideas of many mothers.
1. Uche Jumbo
Ace Nollywood actress, Uche Jumbo's fashion ideas is obviously respect by many which make them to always commend her. Despite that the actress is at the age of 41 with a son, that doesn't stop her from slaying in different outfits including skinny trousers.
Photo credit: Instagram/uchejumbo
Precious Frimpong professionally known as Fella Makafui also bore her first child in 2020. Since the day she put to bed, she hasn't stop rocking skinny pants and young mothers who follow are always happy seeing such vibes from their favorite model.
Photo credit: Instagram/fellamakafui
3. Tonto Dikeh
I believe the ace Nigerian filmmaker and a mother of one, Tonto Dikeh cannot be left out when someone is mentioning the sultry famous mothers in Nigeria. With her deep fashion ideas, she has also influenced many Nigerian moms on how to slay in skinny pants after having kids.
Photo credit: Instagram/tontolet
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