These our are 10 favourite celebrity Christmas photoshoots from the Gram

Merry, merry Christmas to one and all and peace to all mankind. It is the season to be jolly and jolly we are. It has been quite a year but there are still simple things in life we can all agree to enjoy. Like waakye, mobile money credit alerts or Ghana Jollof.

This Christmas we are glad to see people exert some effort into celebrating the season by dressing up for the part. Case in point: some of our favourite celebs in particular decides to photobomb their Instagram feed with good cheer.

These are our ten favourite celebrity Christmas photoshoots from the Gram.

1. Nana Ama MacBrown

This is a woman who always gives a 100%.

2. Berla Mundi

That winning smile always does the job for us.

3. Cookie Tee

This cookie ain’t crumbling this Christmas.

4. Kafui Danku

She’s a gift all by herself.

5. Oheneyere Gifty Anti

It’s the class for me.

6. Gloria Sarfo

Our fashion pin-up queen never misses.

7. Emelia Brobbey

White brings out the pretty pop in her colour.

8. Anita Akuffo

Wondaland Christmas picnic, anyone?

9. AJ Sarpong

Some tie and dye for the Yuletide, maybe?

10. Joselyn Dumas

Now that’s how you make a statement of a Christmas.

Merry Christmas and Seasons greetings, everyone.

Which was your favourite? Comment below.





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