By Onyeneke Elizabeth
Learning more about ladies and their glamorous style can sometimes be hard to comprehend.
Young ladies have a way of telling the world in different ways and in figures what’s their real age is, and up and coming actress, Regina Daniels is no exception.
Recently, she celebrated her birthday, and everyone is at lost the number she is celebrating. The dashing, smart, intelligent, and beautiful Nollywood actress turned 16 last year, logically, she is 17 this year.
However, Wikipedia shows that Regina Daniels is 17 as she was born on the October 10, 2000 while Mercy Johnson an A-list actress says she’s 16. Who do we believe?
A lot of her fans claim she is 17 years of age due to the kind of pictures she posts on Instagram and other social media.
It will be recalled that some months back, she was trolled over a randy photo she shared on her Instagram page where fans called her out saying she was too young to share such photos and it was said then that she was 16 now, while Wikipedia says she is 17.
According to Mercy Johnson while giving her birthday wishes: “I remember the first time I carried this Big Baby of mine …. Mum is what she calls me and yes, she is my child.
“Happy 16th birthday princess….You are so sweet, respectful and hardworking….Aunty Rita, you did a great job here …LLNP…party loading ….”
In her response, the beautiful teenager noted with no corrections, but gratitude, saying, “Aww thanks mummy …I have always admired you and still looking up to u,u are a rare gem. I love you.
In shock, a fan said, she can’t be 16, but Mercy Johnson responded, “trust me, she grew in my hands …she is. What is her real age? Regina answer!
Regina’s beauty, talent and skills in acting has made her one of the sort after actress and most followed celebrity on social media despite her young age.
She attended Hollywood international school in Asaba for her secondary education and recently gained admission into the university.
The reason behind ladies hiding their age is still a mystery. Age is only a number. It’s doesn’t matter how old one is, it is how good and who people see you to be that matters.