Comedian Seyi Law and wife, Stacy renew their love in Paris on their 12th wedding anniversary (Photos)

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Nigerian comedian and actor, Seyi Law and his wife, Stacy have renewed their love as they celebrate 12years of blissful marriage.

Taking to Instagram to share new photos of them, Seyi Law appreciated his wife for being with him.

The comedian, who has been in the news for the wrong reasons these weeks, revealed that he and his wife had renewed their love in Paris, the city of love.

Following the renewal, Seyi Law stated that their dreams are valid and their love is a real deal.

“And just like that, it’s been 12 years of marriage.

Thanks, STACY, for being with me in this bliss.

Happy 12th Anniversary to us”.

“We stopped bye in the city of LOVE. And our love was renewed. Our dreams are valid. Our love is the real deal. Happy 12th Anniversary”.


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Seyi Law reveals how he made his wife Lord of the Rings

Last two years, Seyi Law had stirred reactions as he made a shocking revelation on how he made his wife Lord of the Rings for two years.

While celebrating their 9years anniversary, the comedian praised his wife while recollecting their journey so far.

He revealed that after he proposed to his wife, he made her wait for 2 years before walking her down the aisle.

We had lost several babies before’ – Seyi Law opens up on wife’s miscarriages

Jaratunes recalls that Seyi Law was still all over the moon over the birth of his second daughter.

The Ribcracker had taken his fans by surprise when he announced the birth of his second daughter with his wife, Stacey, because he did not share any photos of his wife while she was pregnant.

Recounting his painful experience on the several babies lost through miscarriages, “The birth of my second child was the icing on the cake for me. At some point last year, some people could even have contracted COVID-19 unknowingly but miraculously got well.

I lost several family members in 2020 but December ended well. Despite the ones we lost in the past (miscarriages), before and after Tiwa.

In fact, we should have had a child last year but we lost it due to a medical condition. I don’t know about anyone else but I am thankful,” he told Sunday Scoop.

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