I had to face the truth – Actress Adunni Ade opens up on separating from the father of her kids
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I had to face the truth – Actress Adunni Ade opens up on separating from the father of her kids

Yvonne Williams

It’s no news that popular Nollywood actress Adunni Ade is a proud single hardworking mum of two but now in a chat with Motherhood In-Style, the celeb opened up on how she was able to keep her head up and walk away from the father of her sons as he was not ready for marriage.

I had to face the truth – Actress Adunni Ade opens up on separating from the father of her kids

The actress revealed she had both sons, D’Marion, 9 and Ayden 5 in the US before relocating to Nigeria.

On leaving the father of her kids

‘Well, I just had to make that decision though it took me a long time to realise or stop lying to myself that it was never going to work out even though I tried as much as I could.
I just decided that what’s best for me is to walk away and still be here and be with my kids and still have the opportunity of being the best mother possible, so yeah, I had to make that decision.
It was really tough, it was really painful; I think that hurt me the most out of anything that I have ever been through in my life, walking away was the hardest thing to do.’

On if she was married to him before walking away
‘Well, we were never married. We were together for eight years but in the state of Kentucky, it’s a commonwealth state and commonwealth state is if you live together for a long period of time you might as well be considered married but on paper, no, never been married before.’

I had to face the truth – Actress Adunni Ade opens up on separating from the father of her kids


Adunni who also revealed that she was depressed after leaving her partner, said she once tried to commit suicide.
‘I think the major thing that got me through was the fear that somebody else would raise my children if I sat in that relationship, that was the scariest thing for me, that my kids would see somebody else as their mother. Depression is no joke. A lot of people in this country, Nigeria, don’t want to admit that depression is an illness. People don’t know the extent to which it affects the mind.
Not a lot of people know this; in the past I have tried to commit suicide because it was just too much, just too much for me but I guess God loves me enough, she added.

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