Veteran actress Nse-Ikpe Etim has penned down a breathtaking note to her husband, Clifford Sule, as they celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary today, 14th February 2023.
Taking to her Instagram page under a locked comments section, Nse listed out the things she loves about her marriage and how solid the love she shares with her husband is. She went on to appreciate him for the wonderful years of a decade together and also wished him a happy valentine’s day.
She wrote: “Sometimes I refrain from marking our special days because every day with you is special.
“I love the way we fight and even more how we make up. I love the way I fly because when my wings feel clipped you give me flight. I don’t need to pretend it’s all ok, with you I can be naked with my emotions.
“When I hide, you find me so, being lost is not a thing. We are all we have through and through, and like the true meaning of friendship, we stand even during a storm. Our love is solid. I love you C.S. Thank you for 10 years of wonder. We have forever together. Happy Valentine’s + Anniversary. ❤️”
Nse Ikpe-Etim makes an exceptional promise to husband on their 9th wedding anniversary
Kemi Filani recalls that on their 9th wedding anniversary, Nse Ikpe-Etim made an exceptional promise to her husband.
She shared a lovey-dovey video of herself and her husband where they were captured holding an adorable bouquet and repeatedly smiling in the video. Making her promise, she said she will be with him in a life time to come.
She wrote: 9 years with you and a lifetime to come. Happy anniversary to us.
Nse Ikpe-Etim opens up about her personal life
A few months ago, Nse Ikpe-Etim opened up about her personal life and her inability to bear children.
In a touching interview with Chude Jideonwo, Nse admitted that she felt inadequate as a woman when she found out she could not bear children of her own.
In the past, Nse had disclosed she had to undergo a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) to have life again after she was diagnosed with adenomyosis.
Finding out she couldn’t have children, Nse Ikpe Etim didn’t feel ashamed, rather she felt inadequate.
According to her, she grew up in a family that doesn’t tie shame to themselves but lives through life fully.
She said, “Finding out I couldn’t have children didn’t make me feel ashamed. I didn’t feel shame, but inadequacy, I felt inadequate as a woman because every time it was mentioned I would remember. So that’s what it was. Shame, I’m not ashamed. The least that I would be but I’m thankful for how I was brought up, we don’t tie shame to ourselves. We live through life fully and that’s how it is
Speaking on adoption, Nse Ikpe who was indecisive of the choice said, she and her husband are contented with just being dog parents.
“You never say never, but right now Clifford and I are dog parents. People show be allowed to live, what else? We are okay. And nothing defines you, not one thing defines you”.
She added, “My husband stood by me through all of this because that’s the way it’s supposed to be when people say oh we need to be really thankful for. What really happened? This is us, you walk in there as it’s a partnership, what comes good, bad, ugly, it’s us just let it be”.