These are not the best of times Nollywood actress, Yvonne Jegede as another sad tale of celebrity marriage collapse has been confirmed.
The actress has opened up about the perceived crisis in her marriage to Olakunle Abounce Fawole after the pair welcomed their four-month-old son, Xavier.
The ebony black actress in a recent interview with an online media stated that she quit the union three months after she got pregnant with her only son.
In her words, “we started having issues before the birth of Xavier. I think I was about two to three months pregnant when the issues came. Immediately the issues came, there was never a dull moment, it just kept going up and up and it got worse and it got bad and today here we are”.
The actress who has featured in a good number of movies said that when the issues in her marriage to Abounce, an actor became obvious and irredeemable she moved out of their matrimonial home after a mutual agreement.
“Right now, we are not living together, and we are not living as husband and wife, we are not husband and wife anymore and I would say a mutual agreement to go our separate ways. It didn’t work out, it wasn’t working out,” Yvonne said. How Sad! Perhaps Yvonne Jegede is better for it. The marriage institution is such that you don’t get training on how your marriage will unfold before you get a certificate. Sometimes what you see is not what you get but tolerance and mutual respect pays.
In this clime, the woman seems to bear the brunt of the collapsed marriage which isn’t right.
The actress however said her marriage to Abounce was worth it for the months it lasted. She said the times they shared together as a couple were nice and sweet so she wouldn’t trample on those times. The couple had their court and traditional wedding in 2017.
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