A Meghan Markle lookalike who recently married her own Prince Charming reckons her wedding gown was better than the Duchess of Sussex’s.
Danielle Harris, 33, bears such an extraordinary resemblance to the former Suits actress that she is mistaken for her at least four times a week.
Despite their uncanny likeness, Danielle’s big day couldn’t have been further away from Prince Harry and Meghan’s fairytale Windsor wedding earlier this month
For starters, Danielle and her husband Wu Olsen, 38, pulled off their wedding with $50,000 — 0.001 per cent of Harry and Meghan’s $45 million royal budget.
While Meghan donned a $500,000 Givenchy gown to walk down the aisle, nurse Danielle looked equally elegant in a high-necked lace dress that cost just $1,800.
Both couples stuck to traditional vows, but Danielle and Wu’s January 2017 wedding was a much more intimate affair with 115 guests compared to the royal couple’s overwhelming list of 600 attendees.
Danielle and Wu, who wed in the Clayton on the Park in Scottsdale, Arizona, said their wedding was a ‘giant party’ with guests dancing all night long to a local DJ.
‘We had such an elegant and modern wedding,’ she said. ‘It was very, very fun and I’m not just saying that because I was the bride. Our guests partied into the early hours.’
Former BBNaija housemate Uriel Oputa, in a soulful chat with Woman.NG, talks about her Mother, Mrs Blessing Oputa who is living with the pain and suffering of Dementia.
Although, she’s fragile, she can’t really remember things, so much that she sometimes forgets who her daughter is; Mrs. Blessing Oputa remains her daughter’s biggest inspiration.
At just 36 years old, Uriel’s mother lost her husband, leaving her to care for five children. Uriel was only two years old at the time but she grew up to see her mother work so hard to take care of her and her siblings. Uriel said, “I grew up in the UK but my dad died when I was two years old, so I didn’t grow up in a household with a father. My mum was my father and is...
Governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose has given his opinion about the #NotTooYoungToRun bill which was signed by President Buhari yesterday.
According to him, the bill which is to allow youths contest for political positions as high as the presidential office, is not in favor of President Buhari.
Governor Fayose stated that president Buhari is too old to run in 2019 and should give way for younger Nigerians to take over.
Fayose stated this in a series of tweets he made this morning via his official twitter handle.
His tweets reads:
The future of Nigeria belongs to the youths and we must handover the country to them without restrictions. If at 18, you are old enough to choose, you must also be seen as old enough to be chosen.
Today in Ekiti, the PDP Deputy governorship candidate is 39 year old. He became chairman of Ado LG at 35. On...
It appears success and wealth engulf the Adeleke family, whether they venture into politics or entertainment.
A photo capturing Davido alongside his dad and daughterhas emerged online. The singer was seen presenting his music achievement plaques to his dad
Davido shared the photo with the caption;
We all do what we do for @davidoofficial .. but it starts with his Dad aka Chairman Uncle Deji . When your Son starts to present you with plaques , feeling PRICELESS.... #assurance
Meanwhile, the singer is currently facing a legal battle with a jeweller who charged him to court over N60m. Up until the time of this report, Davido is yet to...