- Monalisa Chinda marked her wedding anniversary on September 1
- The Nollywood actress took to her Instagram page to celebrate as she shared a cute selfie with her husband, Victor Tonye Coker
- The couple got married in 2016 a while after the actress' first marriage failed
Love is a beautiful thing and having the right one is something many people hope and pray to have. For Monalisa Chinda, that prayer has definitely been answered.
The Nollywood actress recently took to her Instagram page to celebrate her wedding anniversary with her husband, Victor Tonye Coker.
To mark the day, Chinda shared a totally cute selfie of them together at what appears to be an event. Sharing the photo, she wrote: "It's our anniversary❤#maynothingseparateusfromtheloveofGod #wemove"
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Chinda and Coker had their white wedding ceremony in Santorini, Greece back in September 2016.
Before that, the beautiful actress split from her ex-husband Dejo Richards whom she shares a 10-year-old daughter Tamar Chinda with.
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Recall a while ago, Legit.ng reported on how the actress disclosed in an interview that she met the wrong person at the right time, referring to her ex-husband.
Speaking about her first marriage with Dejo Richards, Monalisa said she did not regret that part of her life, adding that she was naive and young.
Legit.ng gathers that the Nollywood actress, who said that what she experienced in her first marriage only made her wiser, also spoke on why she has not been regular on the TV screens.
Still on the actress, she shared some encouraging words with her fans and followers via her Instagram page a while ago.
Looking at the ivory screen goddess, one may find it difficult to believe that she can ever get body-shamed. Well, the actress has revealed that she in fact used to get insulted over how she looks.
In a post shared to her Instagram page of over 1 million followers, the Nollywood star stated that she had been called all sorts of names but she didn't let it define her. Rather, it defined her bullies.
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