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Actress Monalisa Chinda-Coker looks flawless in beautiful new photos

Beauty they say is in the eyes of the beholder but many people can attest to the good looks of Nollywood actress, Monalisa Chinda-Coker.
The Nigerian entertainment industry is quite blessed with good looking people and they are very aware of this. From time to time, they take to social media to flaunt their lovely appearance.
Nollywood movie star, Monalisa Chinda, might now be a stranger on our television screens but she makes sure to compensate her fans with nice photos of herself on social media from time to time.
The mother of one recently took to her Instagram page to share a stunning photo of herself in a traditional outfit to the joy of her fans.
Monalisa was dressed in a blouse and wrapper sewn in lace material. She accesorised the outfit with a red beaded necklace and earrings.
In a recent post, the 44-year-old beautiful actress shared a photo of her adorable daughter, Tamar Chinda, and revealed that she is her investment.
Most parents understand exactly what it means to raise a child and it is no joke. In fact, it requires a substantial part of one's bank account. It is, however, delightful to see Monalisa enjoying being a mother and spending her time, energy and money in developing the human she brought to earth.
It is also a plus that Tamar is super cute and is making her mum proud just by growing into a smart, beautiful young lady.


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