- Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, is no doubt a great mother to her son, King Andre
- The doting mother and her son were spotted giving fans goals in a new video
- In the short clip that was shared on Tonto’s Instastory, she was spotted spending quality time with her baby
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Nigerian actress, Tonto Dikeh, might have a bit of a controversial personality but that has not stopped people from noting that she loves her son dearly.
The film star does not joke with matters concerning her little man and is always ready to put trolls in their place if they try to speak out of turn.
Well, seeing as the coronavirus pandemic has led to the lockdown of many industries and businesses, a number of people now spend more time at home and it has enabled them to bond better with loved ones.
Just recently, a cute video of Tonto and her son, King Andre, made the rounds on social media and has been described as mother and son goals.
In the short clip shared on Tonto’s Instastory, the film star was seen pretending to cry and begging her son for pecks.
See the cute clip below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Tonto recently took to social media via her Instagram page to praise the nurse who helped her during the delivery of her son.
Tonto took to her Instagram page to explain how she had a very clear dream about the day her child was born and how she never celebrated the heroes who helped her through the process.
The film star then used the opportunity to praise one of the nurses, identified as Maewo. Tonto specifically thanked the nurse for saving her boy’s life and the lives of other children.
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