British Ghanaian model Philomena Kwao is a new mother and she’s sharing the good news on her birthday

British Ghanaian model, Philomena Kwao just announced the birth of her baby over the internet on her birthday.

Kwao shared the first photo of the baby whose sex is undisclosed in a sentimental post on Instagram.

The plus-sized model who wears several hats as a humanitarian activist, writer and other roles gave birth a month ago but failed to share the information until today which happens to be her birthday.

Writing about her experience on the social media platfrom, she called it her “Crazy delivery story”.

There are so many things I want to say but to be honest I’m not quite sure how to order my thoughts and get my words out. So this will be a whole lot of waffle. It’s my birthday today. Thirty laps around the sun. And I’m a mum now! Surprise lol. This year has been a movie. In every way. I still haven’t quite processed it but I’m grateful to be here, grateful for the incredible amount of love I have in my life and I’m excited for what’s to come.
Happy Birthday to Me ♥️♥️♥️♥️ PS This has been my facial expression for the past month trying to get my head around my crazy delivery story.

Born to Ghanaian parents in the United Kingdom, Philomena began her career in 2012 when she was scouted through a modelling competition with Models1, Evans and Cosmopolitan UK Magazine. She’s been featured in editorials for Essence Magazine, Cosmopolitan UK and Pride magazine and featured in nationwide campaigns for Evans and Style 369. she is signed onto Ford Models and after successfully graduating in 2013, moved to NYC where she now currently lives.

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