The former Tinsel co-stars, Damilola Adegbite and her Ghanaian heartthrob Chris Attoh, sprang-up the surprise look on the faces of their fans and colleagues when they got married in an intimate ceremony in Accra, Ghana on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2015.
The lovers got engaged in a spectacular way in New York City, while Dami was pregnant with their son; Brain Attoh.
The beautiful mother of one shared some of her family best kept secrets as well as plans to host a stunning Nigerian version of their wedding.
Dami, as she is fondly called by her close friends and loved ones, revealed that some other ladies are after her man but said she knows how to handle situations.
“My man is so handsome, definitely, every lady wants him but he is a disciplined man. I have never ever met a man like him before.
“He is a perfect gentleman. I mean in every bit of it. I repeat, in my life time I haven’t seen or met a man like him before. He so selfless,” she said.
When asked how she would create time for your husband, baby and home when she fully bounces back to filming, she compares herself to Omotola Ekeinde, who has four children and still a big ‘fish’ in Nollywood.
“If Omotola could do it, I can too. It is not just her; there are many other people in the industry that have been married for a very long time and still relevant. It is not such a heavy task. It can be done. I like to be happy.
“I like joy, happiness. I like to be comfortable. I don’t like to worry. I don’t like to be scared. I always want to be in control of whatever I am doing. And I want to feel good in whatever I am doing. Happiness inspires me a lot,” she said.
The slim and sexy diva also disclosed the immediate reaction of her parents when she took in outside wedlock.
“They never reacted negatively. They knew Chris already, so they didn’t really frown at my pregnancy. Thankfully, my family is from this generation, so they understood the situation very well. My mother was like, I’ll rather have a baby outside wedlock, than have an abortion’. We don’t have any right to kill any baby, if you are pregnant, you better have the baby. All babies are sent to this world for different reasons.”
On their plans for the Nigeria’s version of your wedding, Damilola wants all fingers crossed.
“Well, for now, we don’t really have any plan yet. What we did in Ghana was just the registry, then a little party to entertain our few friends that came round. We are still going to the traditional wedding, sometime and the white wedding.”