- Nigerian actress Anita Joseph has urged married women to look beautiful for their husbands
- The actress stated that having children should not stop them from looking good
- Anita encouraged married women to keep up and take care of themselves
Nollywood actress Anita Joseph has taken to her social media page to advise her fellow married women on how to keep the sparks in their marriage.
The actress shared her advice while addressing some questions about why she wears skimpy clothes as a married woman. According to her, her husband is handsome and fresh and she cannot take any chances.
She went on to tell married women to look beautiful for their husbands. The screen goddess told them to even look sweet in the kitchen. According to her, her husband grabs her everywhere.
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The actress stated that having children shouldn't stop married women from cinching their waists or looking good for their men. According to her, the time to show off is now.
"Married women listen, this is the time the showing off starts. Open your eyes, when you are in the kitchen be sweet and hot. You need to see me in the kitchen, my husband grabs me everywhere. That you are married with kids doesn’t mean you should not do shakara, this is the time to do shakara. Why are you tying wrapper? The man will run away. Your husband needs to see you how you were when you guys met. I know some things might have changed, but keep up. Don’t be like a mad woman, take care of yourself,” she said.
Watch her speak below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Anita Joseph and her hubby celebrated 3rd anniversary of being together.
The couple celebrated another milestone in their love journey. They took to social media to mark the now memorable day, June 8, with beautiful new photos and interesting celebratory messages.
The actress shared some photos to her Instagram account and described their journey as one filled with love, bliss, support, and togetherness.
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