No celebrity in Ghana will pose for a picture with the Queen of England and hide the picture in his or her album without showboating it on various social networks in this technological age.
Certainly not Ghana’s award-winning gospel musician Herty Borngreat, who is reportedly said to be a photo addict on Facebook.
The icon recently couldn’t conceal such a historic picture.
“Born to be great” as her name suggest, is said to be overwhelmed to have been a guest at the Buckingham Palace to the constitutional monarch of sixteen realms of the 53-member Commonwealth of Nations and also Head of the Commonwealth and Supreme Governor of the Church of England, Queen Elizabeth II.
The “Christo Zonto” hit maker after reportedly meeting the Queen of England took the opportunity to be at the Buckingham Place to also interact with the royal family, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge after which Herty and her husband took a group picture together with the Queen.
The acclaimed “historic picture” which was posted on Facebook with 16,244 Likes in just 7hours was captioned by Herty as, “God will position you in greater heights in life without much struggle…if you believe, type Amen“.
Herty Borngreat who is currently in England also posted pictures of her family tour to Heathrow and some shopping malls in England.
The question that comes in mind is who will be Ghana’s next celebrity to impress with a shot taken with the Queen?
And by the way, was that truly the Queen and other members of the Royal Family in the shot taken with the Ghanaian musician? Only time will tell.
As the local cliché goes “Ghanaians celebrities like copy-copy too much”…LOL.