The mother-of-one surprised her fans and Instagram followers on Sunday morning when she shared photos from her marriage in Calabar, Cross River state.
The actress, who was previously married to Nigerian filmmaker Jeta Amata, broke the news of their marriage over the weekend on Instagram.
In 2001, at an audition in Calabar, Mbong met her ex-husband, the son of famous actor Zack Amata. Two years later, when she was 18, they started dating. They got married in 2008 and their daughter Veno was born that same year. In 2013 they separated and in 2014 they divorced.
Expressing her newfound joy, the actress who married in Calabar said: “Being drenched in so much love and surrounded by my closest friends as I celebrated my nuptials last weekend felt so amazing that God has blessed me with the best of all”.
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The new bride thanked the family and vendors who attended her wedding ceremony.
“My husband, family, friends, vendors who worked tirelessly to make my day so special, and of course everyone who made great sacrifices to witness this day, I am so grateful,” she said.
The identity of her husband remains unknown.
Mbong in his second outfit Impressive fashion
The mother-of-one shared beautiful photos from her colorful wedding ceremony, looking happy with her man as she showed him off.
The newlywed bride, the 1st runner-up at Miss Nigeria 2001, stepped out in three outfits on her big day.
Mbong, who produced his first film ‘Darima’s Dilemma’ in 2016, rose to fame when he starred in Jeta’s critically acclaimed 2016 film ‘Amazing Grace’.
Husband of Mbong Sule Mbong