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Simi And Adekunle Gold Welcomes Their First Child, Names Her ‘Adejare’

One of our favourite couples, Adekunle Gold and Simi have announced the arrival of their baby girl.

Nigerian music couple, Simi and Adekunle Gold, have taken to social media to announce the arrival of their first child, a baby girl.

Simi And Adekunle Gold Welcomes Their First Child, Names Her 'Adejare' 1

It was gathered that Simi was delivered of their daughter on Friday but the proud parents shared the news on Sunday on their Instagram pages.

Simi announced the birth of the baby girl whose name she revealed as Adejare along with a photo of her husband, Adekunle Gold, holding their bundle of joy.

“It’s like free-falling – this unending, soul snatching, infinite, mind-boggling love. Deja, my baby girl, I got you. I promise. Now and forever. So help me God. ❤️ 5.30.2020” the singer captioned the post.

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Adejare Kosoko. It's like free-falling – this unending, soul snatching, infinite, mind-boggling love. Deja, my baby girl, I got you. We got you. I promise. Now and forever. So help me God. ❤️ 5.30.2020

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Adekunle Gold wrote: “Adejare Kosoko 👸🏽 Deja, We got you. I promise. Now and forever. So help me God. ❤️ AG Baby has a Baby. 🍼5.30.2020”

Adekunle Gold and Simi, who got married in a private ceremony in December 2019, have garnered a large number of admirers for their beautiful love life story.

The couple confirmed Simi’s pregnancy when Simi debuted her baby bump in the video for her song, ‘Duduke’, which was released on April 19, on her birthday.

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