Congratulations are in order for springbok Captain's Wife Rachel Kolisi. She recently took to Instagram to share that she is the happiest girl alive flaunting her brand new set of wheels.
"Okay! There's a few things to unpack here she wrote on Instagram. She said her husband is Home and she also now owns another luxurious car.
"First and most important my bestie is home! we only have 13 days together before he has off again, but we're part to make the most of our time together! Second my new wheels from our @Mercedes-Benzsa family - I am obsessed".
Rachel added that she is proud to be Adidas team. "3rd Had the most inspiring morning with at the launch of # impossibleisNothing! in awe of the word they continue to do and count myself really blessed to be part of it!".
Few days ago, she pinned herself post on Instagram pouring haircut I was about rugby matches, "I celebrate and thank Jesus every time Siya Walk off the field safely today a little more", she said.
Sharing pictures of her husband in the field. Rachel said she does not wish moments like that on anyone,"when you see them go down like that, it's so hard to put into words what it feels like, but scary and helpless I probably a good place that. Especially when you kids are very aware of what's going on too, she explained.
She added that people often forget that rugby players put their bodies on the line for their games, and things can change in a moment. She continued, I have sat to many other that have experienced those a moments, some were fine, some had learnt early injuries and others never played the game again.
Earlier this year. Rachel opened up about her struggle with depression. She was speaking to YouTube and content creator Mpoomy Ledwaba on Mpoomy's Wisdom and wellness podcast.
She said it was hard for her at the same time as she also had to take care of her kids. "I went through something really difficult not too long ago and but a couple of years ago to the point that I couldn't function and I had four kids at home and I literally couldn't function as human being. I do get out of bed and just lie on the floor, I have a wooden floor at home and it was called but I just wanted to feel something. The stuff that I was going through was so difficult and so challenging",she said.
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