‘I wish my marriage lasted enough – Morey Faith drools over Joke Silva And Olu Jacobs’ union
Supermodel/Actress Faith Morey has reacted to a video of actress Joke Silva dressing up her husband, Olu Jacobs for his 80th birthday photoshoot.
The couple has been receiving different accolades for their contribution to Nollywood and also living a life of example for the younger generation who are almost giving up on love.
“This is real love right here. Growing old with one you love is always a dream. I wish my marriage lasted enough. People mock divorces and most of the time the women is at the recieving end of a failed marriage. But what most people fail to realize is that no one goes into marriage ever thinking of divorce. We all think it’s together forever. I pray I get a forever soon,” Faith Morey wrote.
Recall that the Nigerian supermodel had earlier confirmed that her marriage to her white husband, Randy Morey has ended.
The model had dropped hints about her and Randy going their separate ways in an Instagram post she shared, where she talked about “single mothers” not taking the place of a dad/man in their children’s lives.
However, in a recent interview with Vanguard Allure, she confirmed that their marriage is indeed over, adding that she is lucky they met.
Faith said; “Love doesn’t know skin colour or race; it is universal. I was lucky to have met my ex-husband; he thought me to be open to other cultures, food and tradition. I will say, I’m more open-minded due to my relationship with him.”
When asked about the price she had to pay for posing nude at the peak of her career, Faith said; “Right now, I will say I have outgrown that; but in the peak of my career, I did some semi nude and, of course, lingerie model paid more.”
Speaking on her most memorable show so far, the leggy top model said, “I’ll say Nigeria’s Next Supermodel grand finale because that was my first ever appearance on stage, with folks all over the world watching live. It was nerve racking, scary and exciting. It was the beginning of my new life.”
On who or what gave her the first big break in modelling, She said, “I have to really think about that carefully. I will say it takes a community to raise a child because it was a group effort from different people. From my fellow models who updated me on casting calls, to a camera man who introduced me to my first agency, and finally, the TV modelling show, Nigeria’s Next Super Model.”