Eku Edewor and her Daughter Stun cover of Genevieve Magazine February Issue

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Breathtaking we must say!

Model, 53 extra co host and actress, Eku Edewor and daughter stun cover of Genevieve magazine February issue.

In her exclusive interview with Genevieve magazine in the February Issue, Eku opens up about the beauty of motherhood and not being under the pressure to get married.

She also opens up about meeting her fiancé Chini Odogwu, about separating her private and public life and snapping back into shape after her baby’s birth.

Chini and Eku welcomed their baby last year October (2016).

Eku was born at Portland Hospital in London, along with her twin sister Kessiana. Her mother, Juliana Edewor, is originally from Delta State while her father, Hugh Thorley, is British.

Her first television appearance was in 2007, when she competed in the reality show Britain’s Next Top Model under the name “Georgina Edewor-Thorley”.

Edewor has made other television appearances; she co-hosted the Big Brother Africa All Stars live red carpet show in 2010, and she has also hosted the Pepsi Top Ten Countdown since 2012. She has appeared in commercials for M-NET’s 25th Anniversary and also commercials for Martini.

Edewor starred as Sade Coker in the television series The Island, which was shot in 2012. In her first major film role, she played principal character Sapphire in the 2013 romantic comedy film Flower Girl.

According to Genevieve magazine, the issue hits stands this week.



Photography: Chini Odogwu | @chini_studiowellbrook
Styling:Ifeoma Odogwu | @hyperfashun
Cover Outfit: Ejiro Amos Tafiri | @ejiroamostafiri
Makeup: MaryJane for Zaron | @maryjaneohobu
Hair: Bernard Smiles | @bernardsmiless


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