Recall that the couple got married three years ago and welcomed their first child a boy in 2018.
She recently jumped on Instagram to flaunt a drawing of a Stork delivering a baby as well as other baby-friendly drawings, alongside the caption, “Thankful.”
Congrats to them.
Agbani Darego, MFR (born Agbani Darego, 22 December 1982, is a Nigerian model and beauty pageant queen who was crowned Miss World in 2001. She was the first native African to win Miss World.
Darego’s family roots are in Abonnema, Rivers State. She was born in Lagos to a family of eight children and she was sixth out of them. At age two, her family relocated to Port Harcourt and was raised in D-line. Darego attended Bereton Montessori Nursery and Primary School. At ten, she was sent to a boarding school in a bid to shield her from her mother who had become very ill with breast cancer.
Her mother was known as Inaewo and had a rice trading business and a clothing boutique. Darego’s mother died two years later after her departure to boarding school. Darego has spoken of how the loss prepared her for the future. As a teenager, Darego longed to be a model, and despite her conservative father’s wishes, she auditioned for the M-Net Face of Africa modelling competition, but was not chosen as a finalist.
Darego attended Federal Government Girls’ College, Abuloma. After finishing her secondary education, she attended University of Port Harcourt where she studied Computer Science and Mathematics.