People say that true love is dead. Most PSL footballers change partners more often than they change their clothes these days. Some people are even brave enough to date more than one person at a time.
In the world of football, relationships rarely last because the spotlight is often too much to handle. But even though things look bad, there is still hope.
Thembinkosi Lorch and Natasha Thahane are one of the youngest power couples in South Africa. We hope to see them walk down the aisle one day. Even though they have only been together for a few months, they are now our favorite couple. As expected, since they are still in the early stages of their relationship, they often post about how much they love each other on all social media sites, which makes our hearts melt.
With the hope that they'll get married someday, we've decided to look into Natasha Thahane's life by learning who her parents are. First, we were lucky enough to find out that she comes from a wealthy family, specifically one of South Africa's most famous families.
We would find out that she is the daughter of Nomaswazi Thahane Mamakoko and Trevor Thamsanqa Tutu, archbishop Desmond Tutu's only son. Now that Natasha's family tree is clear, it's safe to say that she had a better childhood than most of us.
Natasha Thahane comes from a wealthy family, but she also made it on her own by becoming a successful actress. If the Orlando Pirates midfielder maestro ever asks her to marry him, he will have to impress her family according to the rules, but for now, they should just enjoy their fairytale romance.
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