(PHOTOS) Yomi Casual and Wife welcome baby girl three months after lavish wedding — AdeLove.com|Best Nigerian Blog

Renowned fashion designer, Yomi Casual and his jeweller wife, Grace Onuoha, have welcomed a baby girl. The couple who got married about four months ago, last year October, welcomed the little angel, Kahley, today in Atlanta. Proud daddy Yomi who clocked plus on one a few days ago, January 21, broke the News on his…

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