Nollywood actress, Yvonne Jegede, has lastly confirmed that her one-year-old marriage to Olakunle ‘Abounce’ Fawole has crashed.
Abounce, who’s the son of a late actress, Bukky Ajayi, married Yvonne at a easy however stylish marriage ceremony ceremony in Lagos in February 2018.
Separation rumours begun trailing their marriage some weeks again after studies surfaced that Yvonne had moved out of her husband’s home.
The actress got here clear in an interview with Pulse on Wednesday, saying she give up the wedding, three months after she received pregnant together with her son.
Unconfirmed media studies mentioned that the difficulty allegedly stemmed from the paternity of the kid.
“We began having points earlier than the start of Xavier. I feel I used to be about two to 3 months pregnant when the problems got here. Instantly the ‘points’ got here, there was by no means a boring second, it simply saved going up and up and it received worse and it received worse and immediately right here we’re,” Yvonne mentioned.
The 35-year-old actress additionally mentioned that when the problems grew to become apparent and irredeemable, she moved out of their matrimonial dwelling after a mutual settlement.
“Proper now, we aren’t dwelling collectively, and we aren’t dwelling as husband and spouse, we aren’t husband and spouse anymore and I’d say a mutual settlement to go our separate methods. It didn’t work out, it wasn’t understanding,” she famous.
Nevertheless, the actress revealed that her marriage to Abounce was value it for the months it lasted.
She mentioned the instances they shared collectively as a pair was good and candy so she wouldn’t trample on these instances.
Followers have lengthy suspected that every one might not be effectively with the couple as their social media pages carry little of each other.
Abounce is but to publicly touch upon the difficulty.
The couple met 15 years in the past on the set of Tade Ogidan’s widespread drama serial, ‘Behind the Seige’.
Yvonne rose to prominence after she made a cameo look in 2Face Idibia’s award-winning music video, ‘African Queen’ alongside Annie Macaulay in 2004.