The Expensive Turkish Hospital Where Actress & Billionaire Wife Regina Daniels Had Her Baby – VIDEO | General Entertainment

The Expensive Turkish Hospital Where Actress & Billionaire Wife Regina Daniels Had Her Baby - VIDEO | General Entertainment

Nigerian actress Regina Daniels and her husband Ned Nwoko welcomed their first child together about a month ago. Before the birth of baby Munir Neji Ned Nwoko, internet users were curious about where the top actress would deliver, especially as borders have been closed.

Regina Daniels had expressed disappointment on how COVID-19 had reshaped her plans on where her baby should be born.

According to Ned Nwoko, they initially outlined places including America, France, Germany, Canada, UK to choose one for the birth of their child.

However, at a point, they had to drop all that to think about where it can happen in Nigeria due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Finally, they found a Turkish hospital which suited their taste – they were comfortable with the management, their facility and trusted them to be the best option.

Hence, actress Regina Daniels delivered in a Turkish hospital in Nigeria.

As part of the hospital rules, her husband Ned Nwoko who had wanted to witness the birth of their baby was denied the chance to.

However, Ned Nwoko together with Regina Daniels’ mother and rest of their family visited after she gave birth.

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Source: youtube/ghanacelebrities

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