Ghanaian actress and producer, Yvonne Nelson has shared how being a mother changed her
life and her perception about motherhood.
According to the actress, she remains unperturbed bout strong criticisms against her decision
to give birth out of wedlock.
According to her, rather than reacting to such criticisms she focused her attention on taking care of her daughter’s jaundice.
Yvonne made this revelation when she took her turn on Yvonne Okoro’s cooking show
‘Dining with Cooks and Braggarts.’
She further disclosed that she rather communicated with her lawyer to serve all those
publishing damaging articles about her.
“When I gave birth to Ryn, she had jaundice so I was already fighting that and didn’t pay attention to the stories and criticisms online. My lawyer wrote to some of the journalists and they stopped writing those negative stuff about my pregnancy and giving birth. Some did apologize to me but I don’t really need those apologies,” she said.
Explaining why she seems not interested in those demeaning publications, the award-winning
actress said that being a mother has thought her so many things in life so her preferences have also changed.
“My priorities have changed ever since I became a mom and I see life differently.” Yvonne Nelson told Yvonne Okoro.
Yvonne Nelson had hugely successful acting career with feature roles in over 100 film
productions including House of Gold and Any Other Monday.
Her production company (YN productions) is credited with producing the successful television
series Heels and Sneakers.
The beautiful Ryn Roberts was bor:n in October of 2017. Her mother who says she was an
answer to her prayer announced her name on her twitter feed accompanying a short prayer.
Her latest movie, ‘Sin City’ will premier on vals day this February.