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Finally, Zandie Khumalo opens up on her relationship with her sister Kelly Khumalo

Don't get your hopes up, Zandie Gumede, née Khumalo, says there will be no reunion between her and her sister Kelly Khumalo.

Fans were overjoyed to see the singer upload a photo of her children cuddling and seeing Kelly Khumalo's newborn boy for the first time since he was born on September 21, presuming the two sisters had made amends.

On Thursday, Zandie posted a lengthy message on Instagram explaining what happened in the image.

"On September 17th, I shared photos of my son Zenala with his cousins, Christian and Thingo, my nephew and niece. This was a very important occasion for me, not only because they are like my own children, but also because both of them have been a part of my pregnancy since I was three months pregnant," she stated.

"Every week, they'd call and force me to place a phone to my abdomen so they could talk to their cousin." They couldn't wait to meet and hug him when he was born, so when that moment came and I saw the smile on their faces, it was truly beautiful for me."

After Kelly's charges against her husband, Mhlo Gumede, Zandie made a statement "divorcing" her sister Kelly Khumalo in February, but the singer is confident that their breakup as sisters won't affect her relationship with Kelly's children.

"As an adult and a parent, I took the choice that whatever was going on between me and their mother would never influence my nephew and niece, at least not from my perspective." I'm not going to keep them from seeing me or their cousin; that would be cruel."

Zandie went on to say that she had informed the kids about her and Kelly's conflict and that they had come to an agreement.

"However, I would like to emphasize absolutely that the situation between me and their mother remains unchanged, as do my feelings." I received all of your enthusiastic messages after seeing them together, and they truly touched my heart. However, I observed that some misinterpreted my post as a sign of reconciliation or a reunion between the two of us, which it was not. It was solely for the benefit of the children.

"It is not the children's obligation to make amends for what occurred between us. Over the weekend, I spoke with each of them and we came to an agreement... Perhaps it will change in the future; I can't forecast the future, but for now, it stands.”

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