Kate Henshaw Introduces Daughter To The World
The actress posted lovely photos of herself and her kid.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
After years of keeping her daughter hidden from public view, Nollywood actress Kate Henshaw has boldly shown her.
In a rare and kind gesture, the actress turned to Instagram to share images of herself and her kid.
The delighted mother couldn’t stop smiling as she conveyed her deep happiness in her daughter and prayed for her ongoing success.
This revelation comes after years of speculation over Henshaw’s choice to keep her kid out of the public glare.
In an interview with Vanguard Allure, the actress opened up about her personal life and why she chose to keep her daughter’s privacy secret.
She stated, “My daughter is my business. It’s private. I choose to have a line dividing privacy and public show-off of whatever. I’m a very private person, but it so happens that my life is my work, and that makes some parts of my life public. But, I choose to protect her, but well, she’s an adult now. She can choose to go into the social media space, knowing fully well that it’s a mixed world out there. So, one has to work circumspectly, treading carefully, and know that the kind of information you put out may be used against you in the future. So, I choose to keep her away from the public eye as a personal choice.”
Kate Henshaw is a multi-award-winning Nigerian actress who has gained multiple awards in the Nigerian film industry, including the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2008 for her excellent performance in the film Stronger Than Pain. She has appeared in films such as The Wait, Chief Daddy, and The Set Up 2.
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