There are those people who transform massively when they grow up in such a way that you wouldn't be able to recognise them easily. Natasha Thahane's face hasn't changed a bit, except for the growth.
Natasha Thahane is the South African actress, best known for her acting role 'Enhle', on the SABC 1's educational drama series; Skeem saam. This talented actress has appeared in multiple number of South African TV stories which include The Mzansi Magic's telenovela; The Queen, The Etv's drama series; Imbewu and the Netflix series; Blood and water.
This 26 year old Skeem saam former actress recently shared a picture of herself when she was a toddler on Twitter as she is celebrating her 26th birthday today (25 September). The tweet was like: "what a blessing it is to know God, to breathe, to love and to be loved. Grateful for another year... Proverbs 9:11
People were giving her birthday wishes and all that via the comments. Then there were alsl those people who noticed that Natasha used to look like Trevor Noah, now that she has grown she no longer looks like him. The comments/ retweets were like: "Ngathi u Trevor Noah la", translated: 'You look like Trevor Noah here", "but this is Trevor Noah".
Check out some of the comments/retweets below:
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