Mercy Johnson, a Nollywood actress, has introduced Divine-Mercy Ehinomen Okojie, her newborn child, to the world with some adorable photos.
To mark the 2020 children’s Day on Wednesday, the movie star took to her Instagram page to share lovely pictures of the baby girl — more than three weeks after Odianosen Okojie, her husband, had announced the arrival of their fourth child.
Mercy also described her baby as an angel and gift from God.
“Just when you think your heart is full, God sends another angel to expand it so much more. You’re proof that the heart is elastic, Divine-Mercy Ehinomen Okojie. Our special gift from God,” she wrote.
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Just when you think your heart is full, God sends another angel to expand it so much more. You’re proof that the heart is elastic, Divine-Mercy Ehinomen Okojie. Our special gift from God. Welcome baby Divine ❤️…. how can we explain the love we have for you? @princeodiokojie Happy Children’s Day
“Welcome baby Divine…. how can we explain the love we have for you? @princeodiokojie Happy Children’s Day.”
In December 2019, when she broke the news that she was pregnant, the actress had said: “I’ve always wanted 4 but, after 3 kids, I thought I had retired from the baby-making business.
“So a while back, we found out we had a baby on the way. I can’t explain the joy and peace expecting our new baby has brought, or the cravings for food that have followed.”
Responding to questions on why she no longer plays intimate scenes in movies, Okojie had also opened up on concerns about the image she looks to project for her growing children.
“Age is telling on me. I’ve grown past that level, I’m answerable to too many people: my husband, my kids. I hate to embarrass them in any way. My daughter is growing,” the actress had said.
“She gets hold of my phone sometimes, begins to google, and goes like, ‘Mum, my friends said…’ And they’re very inquisitive.
“I don’t think it’s (playing nude scenes) something I want to do to make my kids question me in any way or have something in their mind that they want to ask and they can’t.”
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