How I Almost Gave Up When I had Children Out Of Wedlock - Adunni Ade

Nollywood Actress Adunni Ade has narrated her struggles in life, including how her father cut her off all financial support after she got pregnant for her first child while in college.

The mother of two boys made this revelation in a post she shared on her Instagram page while celebrating her two sons, D'marion and Ayden.

Recounting her struggles during pregnancy, Adunni Ade wrote,

"These past few days have been overwhelming! I remember when I found out I was pregnant with D'marion, it felt like the world came caving in on me. A whole lot happened to me. 

"My Dad was so hurt that his first daughter was pregnant (out of wedlock, I understood ). I was a senior at college. It was the worst time of my life. All financial support was cut off! I was ill. My mom did all she could to stand by me. 

"I felt as though I had failed in life as my Hero was disappointed in me. I began facing so many challenges in life. My heart was so fragile I thought I'd never make it through because of how terrible my life had become.

The Actress recounted how she pulled through even after another baby came. 

"4 years later, Ayden comes along. I recall being so upset! I got to go through the hurt, the pain all over! Damn! But this time around, I was more determined! More focused on being successful for my 2 lil princes."

"When I tell you my boys are my world, I mean it with every fibre of my existence."

I'm nowhere near my goals in life, but I tell you something! Things have changed! I get asked a lot how I do it; I simply answer, "I just do it!" I recall working 2-3 jobs just to make ends meet. Leave out 4:30 am back after midnight. This consistent hard work is years of labour!

These 2 miracles of mine have given me a chance to live again! My drive! My focus!" She concluded.

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