Here is how some of your celebrities threw lavish parties for their kids this year.
When these kids have celebrity parents, then we get to see not just parties but huge ones held for them. Sometimes it gets so big and we even forget the party is for a child as the celebrity friends of their parents take over the event.
We will be looking at some celebrities who have thrown big parties for their kids so far this year.
Guys, we all know how it is a big deal to give birth to twins in Nigeria and so when Paul Okoye who is also a twin decided to throw a big party for his twins, Nathan and Nadia in July 2018, we weren't surprised.
The party which took place at the Parkview, Ikoyi residence of the Okoyes was witnessed by friends and family. There was a lot to eat and drink at the party for those who came to celebrate with the twins. As usual, a number of celebrities turned up to celebrate with Paul and Anita Okoye, among those who showed up, were Timaya, Phyno, Jim Iyke, Miracle, Tobi, Skales and a host of others.
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Just like Paul Okoye, Akpororo welcomed a set of twins with his wife back in April 2018. We can't forget the hilarious video he put up on his Instagram page when he got the news of the birth of the twins, Favour, and Faith.
However, the comedian held a naming ceremony for the twins in the United States. It was a huge deal for Akpororo and his family as they hosted friends and family at their residence to celebrate with them over their bundle of joy.
This is one story that has a lot of emotions to it and we love to share it with fans all the time. Teju Babyface and his wife welcomed a set of twins after waiting for six years and it was only usual for the couple to throw a party as big as a wedding reception for them.
At the beginning of July 2018, Teju Babyface threw a lavish baby naming ceremony for his twins in Lagos which was attended by a lot of celebrities. The roll call was endless from Ali Baba and his wife to Basketmouth, Tee A, Gbenga Adeyinka 1st, Julius Agwu to mention a few.