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Former The Queen actress Cindy Mahlangu shared moments as she played with her child

Being a mother means being there to teach your child important rules and roles of life, from being an empathetic human being to learning how to be responsible. A mother teaches her child everything that she knows right from talking, walking to living a fulfilling life. She is also the one who disciplines and educates a child for a better living. Right from getting up to sleeping, a mother teaches all she knows.

Motherhood is an important part of a lot women's lives. As a woman experiences motherhood, a lot changes about her, she prioritizes her children and she always makes sure that she works hard to make sure that she provides her children with the best life. The South African entertainment industry is filled with so many amazing mothers who love their children so much that they would do anything for them.

One of these amazing and inspiring mothers is Cindy Mahlangu who is a popular actress, the star has appeared on so many TV showsin Mzansi, including The Queen, Blood and Water, Kings of Joburg and others. Her most popular role was that of Siyanda on The Queen, a lot of people fell in love with talent from the get go. The star has been away from big screen for a while as she is now a mother.

She and her life partner Bongani Zungu welcomed their children a few months ago and they have been sharing a glimpse of some of the beautiful moments they shared with their baby. Cindy recently took to her Instagram stories to share a clip while playing with her baby as it had a caption stating: "you as a mom". What do you think of the adorable moments the star has shared with her baby?

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