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Oloori Keisha Omilana
|Other names||Princess Keisha Omilana|
|Education||Bachelor in Fashion Design|
|Title||Oloori Omoba of Ipetu-Ijesha|
|Spouse(s)||Omoba Adekunle Adebayo Omilana|
Oloori Keisha Omilana of Ipetu-Ijesha, commonly known as Princess Keisha Omilana, is an American model, media executive and beauty entrepreneur. As the wife of Omoba Adekunle Adebayo Omilana of Ipetu-Ijesha, she is a princess of the Yoruba House of Arigbabuowo.
Early life and education
After moving to New York, Omilana started to work as a fashion model for a series of brands that included L'Oreal, Maybelline, Revlon, and CoverGirl. It was when she booked a national campaign for Pantene, however, that she became known as The Pantene Girl. She would ultimately front three ad campaigns for the company. She also appeared in the satirical film Zoolander.
Following her marriage, Omilana and her husband established Wonderful Brand, a corporate face for their multifaceted media endeavours. Originally based in America, the couple now run it from their base in London.
Omilana has continued to work independently as well. In 2017, she founded a hair care line known as A Crown of Curls.
According to Omilana, she first became acquainted with Adekunle Adebayo Omilana when he approached her and asked her out after seeing her standing outside The W. She initially turned him down, but later reconsidered, and the couple began to date shortly thereafter. It was only upon meeting her future mother-in-law two years later that she first became aware of her then fiance's royal background. The couple now has two children, a son named Omoba 'Diran and a daughter named Omoba 'Dior.
Prior to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, media outlets listed Omilana along with Princess Angela of Liechtenstein, Princess Ariana Austin Makonnen, Princess Sikhanyiso Dlamini of Swaziland, Emma Thynn, Viscountess Weymouth, Cécile de Massy, Princess Sarah Culberson, and Monica von Neumann as modern examples of black royal and noble women. A resurgence of articles about African royalty and nobles of African heritage, including Omilana, circulated after the British royal wedding.
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