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She Looks Older: Actress Sphe Moroka Cele on Generations The Legacy real age shocks Mzansi.

Pearl Noxolo Monama plays the role of Doctor Sphe Moroka nee Cele on Generations The Legacy. On Generations The Legacy, Sphe is a Cele princess forced in an arranged with Mazwi Moroka, the heir apparent to the Moroka Empire. Their marriage failed the test of time and separated with no formal divorce proceedings, with Mazwi being barren and incapable of producing children. His young brother Smangaliso Moroka and Sphe conceived a Moroka princess Rorisang Moroka – the role played by child actress Dithoriso Mosaka.

Sphe Moroka -CeleSphe Moroka -Cele: Image Credit @Instagram

On-screen, Pearl plays the role of a mature doctor, mother and the only survivor of the previously untouchable Jack Mabaso family. She plays the role of a mother in her late thirties, but Sphe is aged 27 years in real life.

Despite barely celebrating her birthdays in public, Generations The Legacy fans were shocked when they discovered that Sphe is one of the young guns on the cast.

Sphe Moroka -CeleSphe Moroka -Cele: Image Credit @Instagram

The Generations The Legacy actress is a prominent cast member who earns a top salary on the soapie. Despite having a leading role, the Generations The Legacy storyline has been harsh and hard on her. Many would wonder how Doctor Sphe carries on with a free mind and performs her duties without being depressed.

Over the previous seasons, Sphe witnessed all her family members leaving one by one; being Jack Mabaso’s daughter, she remains the only survivor of the Mabaso household. She witnessed the death, and her brother Fana Cele, father Jack Mabaso, Uncle Siyanda Khoza and her mother Nandi Mabaso left on unclear circumstances.

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