Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh on Saturday attended the graduation of her son Andre Churchill from nursery school with her politician lover Prince Kpokpogri.
The 36-year-old shared a video from the ceremony on Instagram on Sunday along with a message thanking the man in her life for his support.
“The rush the emotions is truly beautiful having a man stand with me as my head and as a father to my son has been one of my secret prayers,” she began the caption.
Tonto, whose two-year troubled marriage with Andre’s father, Olakunle Churchill ended on June 26, 2017, added “When I thought he has done too much, Jesus did it again.
“He made all things beautiful in his time.
“If this isn’t God, then who is it? He turned my mockery into gladness.”
Tonto confirmed her relationship with Kpokpogri on June 27, as the latter celebrated his birthday.
It was four years and one day after her family returned the bride price Churchill paid for her.
“You’ve shown me that love is best presented as true as they come. You put a spring in my step. Falling in love with you is like the wildest roller coaster ride. Because of you, I have gotten to appreciate the finer things in life.
“Thank you for making me a better woman. Thank you for bringing immense joy and happiness to me as a woman. Thank you for changing me to the woman I am today,” she wrote in an Instagram post on Kpokpogri’s birthday.
Her ex-husband has gone on to marry another actress Rosy Meurer, whom Tonto hitherto accused of causing trouble in their marriage.
Churchill and Rosy have a son together.