Superstar Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, has revealed why she left her fiance to become a babymama.
Asked in an interview if she was not the traditional kind of girl who would rather get married first before having a child, She said;[AdSense-B]
“I believe if I say that, people might say I am not setting a good example, but I think society is just too hard on most of us. The fact is she adds, “It ‘s good to get married, it’s the right thing to do, but then again if you are a woman and you think you are getting to a certain age and you want to have kids and you meet a responsible guy who hasn’t yet proposed but wants to do the same thing, it depends on you and him. You can go ahead and do it, if you think the guy is right and responsible and he makes you happy, why not? Marriage nowadays is just ceremony and a huge wedding. The who marriage thing, that name Is just so scary.”
Asked if her pregnancy was planned, she replied; “It was and the truth of the matter is, it’s been something that I have been waiting for since I turned 29.”
“On my 30th birthday I was in Venice in Italy. I remember the night before my birthday, I called my mum and I was crying. I cried, I was so sad, I was seeing someone else then and he was an ideal guy and everything. He took me there for my birthday and he proposed, looking up to the clear blue sky, almost shy, but I didn’t put it online, I’m not one of those people that make a lot of noise on stuffs like that.” She continued with a grin on her face.[AdSense-B]
“He is somebody I would have loved to have a family with but then he wanted me to move to London,” Rolling her eyes, “My whole life was going to change because of him and it’s not something you should do, you don’t have to change your whole life because of a man, because of your marriage. I am sure most people do, so in the long run it didn’t workout and although I had been praying for a man like that. I had nothing I was doing in the UK, so I decided that I just had to chill, maybe see what the future holds and keep praying for someone else to come around,” Then she started laughing hard, “It’s quite funny because someone proposed and I didn’t even get to have a baby for the person and then this person who hasn’t proposed I’m having a baby for him, so it’s a vibe. It’s friendship, it’s understanding, it’s how happy the person makes you, it’s not about someone putting a rock on your finger and you forget.”