The stunning Princess Emily Victoria, the late Asantehene Otumfuo Opoku Ware II child, wed in a stunning traditional ceremony this past week.
Barima Osei Mensah, the Chief of Adinkra Pie, and other well-to-do people attended the royal wedding at the Manhyia Palace.
Princess Emily Victoria looked stunning in her understated yet sophisticated bridal attire, which was crafted from premium kente fabrics.
The daughter of the late Asantehene Otumfuo Opoku ware II married the daughter of the ambassador of Ghana to the Russian Federation, Her Highness Oheneba Lesley Akyaa Opoku Ware, in a lavish white wedding on January 7, 2023.
At the Manhyia Palace in Ashanti Region, where Otumfuo Osei Tutu II and other illustrious chiefs presided over the ceremony, the lovely couple exchanged colorful traditional vows.
Ghanaian bride displays her flawless legs during a sumptuous reception celebration in a fairy and flirtatious dress.
First image of Princess Emily Victoria
In a rich kente wrap paired with a white lace skirt, Princess Emily Victoria exuded regal beauty. She provided us amazing natural hairstyle goals accessorized with lovely gold hairpieces designed to resemble Adinkra symbols.
Princess Emily's elegant kente dress
The gorgeous Princess Emily wore a ravishing corseted kente gown made with quality and colorful kente fabric.
She posed for the camera with her hair in an afro ponytail and impeccable makeup, looking both effortless and stunning.For more informations and updates, don't forget to like, comment, share, and follow us.
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