A woman has gushed about her family on social media. She shared that she has known her husband for 16 years. The pair share three beautiful children.
A woman has shared her beautiful love story on social media and it has left many inspired. She met her husband 16 years ago and the pair married after four years of dating.
Natalie Green posted on the "ImStaying" group and shared that their love for the country and their family is why they are staying.
Her husband is originally from the UK but they have decided to remain in Mzansi in South Africa.
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The pair are blessed with three beautiful children. Mzansi social media users were inspired by the short but heart-warming post. Facebook user Damiana Minah said:
"Some women are lucky."
While Barbara Ducasse said:
Estelle Rheeders Du Plooy said:
"Beautiful family. Be blessed and stay blessed."
Naseema Surajpal said:
"Precious. Happy and blessed life in South Africa."
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YEN.com.gh previously reported that an American woman took to social media to gush about her love for South Africa and her blended family. She expressed love for the culture and her interest in learning more about Mzansi lingo.
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