• "Whether ananisaidia or not the child is his, give him a chance to see the child. There are also deadbeat mums." Wilbroda

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Wilbroda has revealed her son has a very healthy relationship with his dad despite the actress and her baby daddy being separated.

Speaking during an interview on Chat spot, the mother of one shared

"My son and his dad are in each other's lives. Whether ananisaidia or not the child is his, give him a chance to see the child. There are also deadbeat mums.

So do not deny a child the chance to know the other parent. It's wrong."

Wilbroda had in a past interview explained some of the reasons that contributed to her marriage failing.

According to her, everything seemed good until it got to a point where she felt like her life was in danger because they always had heated arguments.

Speaking to Buzz Central, Wilbroda said she didn't wait for her ex-husband to hit her.

"I acted immediately and started planning myself."

She added that although there were other reasons, she also contributed to the breakup but she has learnt her lessons.

"I also contributed to the breakup. I think by the time one thing that contributed to our breakup was that I was with my relatives all the time. My sisters were always at my house, I didn't see a big deal with it until later on after we broke up, he mentioned it to his friend," she said.

"I didn't see that. Looking at it now I am like, I contributed to their coming. I went overboard. I enjoyed their company but it cost me."

The mother of one said she no longer entertains visitors unless she invites them.

"I no longer entertain visitors even my relatives. People need their personal space. It's one of the things. You have to be mentally prepared to have friends over."

Wilbroda and her baby daddy are co-parenting and she said it is not easy.

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