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I don’t regret marrying my ex-hubby, Yvonne Jegede says after confirming marriage crash



I don't regret marrying my ex-hubby, Yvonne Jegede says after confirming marriage crash

Days after confirming her split with her husband, Kunle Fawole aka Abounce, Yvonne Jegede has revealed that she doesn’t regret getting married to him.

The sultry actress who noted that much in an interview where she bared her mind on the matter, said she doesn’t regret anything in her life as she enjoyed every moment of the 2-years they spent together as man and wife.

She wrote; “I do not regret my marriage to him. I have never regretted anything in my life. Every experience is something to learn from. There really is nothing for me to sit down and wish I didn’t do or should have done. Yes, I reverted to my original name on social media, but I am fine. Don’t I look alright?”

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Reacting to posers as to why her estranged hubby Abounce failed to show up at the dedication of their three-year-old son Xavier, the actress said; “I really don’t know why he wasn’t there. Maybe you should ask him. However, I don’t feel bad that he wasn’t there and as you can see, I’m in high spirits.”

Recall that the actress sparked rumours of a marital crisis after she posted a cryptic message on social media suggesting that she feels unwanted and is ready to walk away from her union.

“A strong woman will automatically stop trying if she feels unwanted. She won’t fix it or beg, she will just walk away,” she wrote.

Both couple have been seen without their wedding bands in recent times with reports suggesting that the actress has already moved out of their matrimonial home with the bone of contention being that Abounce doubts the paternity of Xavier.

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