Nana Ama Mcbrown shares her emotional pregnancy journey with Stacey on TV

New mum, Nana Ama Mcbrown is spilling all the tea about her pregnancy journey a year after giving birth and it’s sentimental as it gets.

The award-winning actress who kept the news of her pregnancy a secret despite several rumours in the media space is finally speaking up.

In an interview with TV Host, Stacy Amoateng on her ‘Restoration Show’, Mrs Mensah said her pregnancy journey was a surreal experience and deepened her faith in God.

“There is God, Stacey,” she kept on saying in the viral video.

Nana Ama Mcbrown who is also a TV show host on UTV and a presenter on the cooking reality show, Mcbnrown’s Kitchen underscored the need for every woman to experience the miracle of childbirth, a phenomenon, she believed would help them appreciate God more.

She further narrated an incident where a Ghanaian patient blew her cover in the hospital which allowed the staff to offer her special treatment as a star.

The comedic actress mimicked the experience causing the audience to fall into fits of laughter. However, during the narration, she began to cry after she spoke about the birth of her child.

Watch the full video below.

Nana Ama Mcbrown was the subject of internet trolls who kept on taunting her about her inability to have children with her husband, Maxwell Mensah after three years of marriage.

The actress and her husband welcomed a healthy baby girl in Canada last year which sent social media on a spiral as Ghanaians and fellow celebrities congratulated her.

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