- Nollywood actress Regina Daniels has finally welcomed a baby boy with hubby Ned Nwoko
- Regina's elder brother shared the news on his Instagram page
- The new mum was also seen on video call with her brother
- Congratulatory messages have started pouring in for the actress and her family
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It is indeed a moment of celebration for Nigerian actress Regina Daniels and her husband, Ned Nwoko, following the birth of their first child together.
The movie star's brother recently took to his Instagram page to congratulate his sister and her husband.
"Officially an uncle you know? Congratulations my diamond It’s a bouncing baby boy. Iyanu ti sele," the brother wrote.
See his post below:
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Check out a photo of Regina on the delivery bed below:
Upon sharing the post, fans and well-wishers who have been anticipating the news took to the comment section with congratulatory messages.
Read what some of them had to say below:
ellaokonkwo: "Oohhh wow!! congratulations to us God be praised."
oluchi.samuel.758: "Awwww congrats."
mhizvani: "Congratulations to your beautiful sister."
pinklymary: "Congratulations baby girl."
dimsyfabrics: "Wow! Congratulations to Gina."
bianca_jay3: "Congrats the newest uncle in town."
aderonkefunbi: "Congratulations.. The Joy shall be permanent."
okoye_doris: "Thank God for safe delivery. Congrats to her."
As at the time of compiling this report, there has been no official announcement from the actress or her husband on their respective social media pages.
Just some hours ago, Regina's husband, Ned left social media users in awe after he shared a new photo of his family on Instagram. The Nigerian politician and humanitarian unveiled the beautiful family portrait in which two of his wives including, Regina, and several of his children were seen smiling for the camera as they gave the peace sign.
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