Pregnancy is what every woman goes through before they could have their child. The process of delivering a baby is sometimes stressful as it requires a lot of strength to push out the baby. Many women don’ t show up to the public when they are pregnant. We have seen lots of celebrities who shared their pregnancy journey on social media. Some, however, did not share theirs for reasons best known to them. Therefore, in this article, we will be looking at 5 celebrities who kept their pregnancy secret from the public.
- Adesua Etomi Wellington, is a renowned talented Nollywood actress. She is known for playing several interesting roles in movies such as good wife, good daughter, scholar, reliable girlfriend, and many others.
Adesua Etomi is one of those Nollywood actresses who kept their pregnancy from the public until after the birth of the baby. Report showed that Adesua and her husband announced the birth of their baby boy 4 weeks after he was born.
- Kiss Daniel is one of Nigeria’ s finest singers. He is known for his melodious voice and unique style of dropping his rhythm. He is also considered one of the most successful singers in Nigeria. Most of his songs are said to be a major hit for him. He is one of those celebrities who kept the pregnancy of their partners secret until delivery.
- Etinosa ldemudia is a professional Nollywood actress and also a comedian. She welcomed her first child in December 2020. Although, her fans were surprised by the news, how she managed to keep the pregnancy secret was the question people asked.
- Tonto Dikeh is a professional Nollywood actress and one of the finest actresses in Nigeria. She got pregnant in 2016. At the time of her pregnancy, nobody knew she was pregnant until she had given birth to her son King
Andre. It was indeed a great surprise to her fans.
- Funke Akindele, is a renowned Nollywood actress. She and her newly married husband welcomed a set of twins in 2018 but kept the pregnancy hidden from the media. Fans were surprised when she announced the birth of her babies.