Keke Mphuthi wishes her son a happy birthday, See his adorable pictures here.
By Hlogithantsha | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 2 views
Keke Mphuthi is a South African actress best known for her starring role as Lesego, the hottest of the group who uses her looks to get what she wants, in the 1Magic drama series Unmarried.She was born onthe 16th February 1991 in the mining town of Kimberly, South Africa.Keke was playing the role of Dipuo the princess at Mzansi magic soap The Throne by the Ferguson’s.
Keke have today went to her Instagram page and wished his handsome boy a happy birthday with caption "Happy birthday to everyone 's favourite two year old baby! I hope that you will grow up to be smart,successful, and talented boy! Always remember that your loved and highly favored...Have a good one".On the picture the boy is wearing a Lesotho blanket with a beautiful hat made of Reed.The boy looks so happy you could spot that by just looking at the picture.Keke is a wonderful mother to her son.
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