Here are the graceful pregnancy photos Nana Ama Mcbrown shared to announce the birth of her baby girl.

Ghanaian Actress, Mrs Nana Ama McBrown Mensah and her husband have welcomed a new member into their young family.

The actress who put to birth last week Thursday in Canada has been tight-lipped about rumors of her pregnancy until she shared photos and videos of her baby bump this morning.

In an emotional post on Instagram where she has over 1.6 million followers, Mcbrown extolled the virtues of God, who she attributes to the success of her pregnancy.

According to the actress who has been married to Maxwell Mensah for close to three years, she had experienced sorrow and many during these childless days.

The post read: “I’ve had many tears and sorrows
I’ve had questions for tomorrow
There’ve been times I felt so all alone
But in my lonely hours
Yes, those precious lonely hours
God let me know that I was His own
I thank God for the Mountains, the Storms, the Valleys, the Ridicules, through it all I learned to trust in Him and God has given me Blessed Consolation. This is what faith In God could do. Believe In HIM For Your TESTIMONY 

Congratulations to the Actress and her family on the birth of their baby girl. Wishing them success on their new journey as a family.

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