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Nancy Isime talks about her role in the Netflix series ‘Blood Sisters’ and her skincare routine

By Guardian Exclusive
27 May 2022   |   5:31 am
With a smile that could make anyone swoon and bright blonde low-cut hair that captures the hearts of many, Nancy Isime provides an insight into what it was like to embody TV’s next favourite character, Kemi.

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