Popular South African actress Innocentia Manchidi is famously known for her TV character on SABC2's drama series known as Muvhango where she portrays Rendani Mukwevho. Outside of her character, she is married to her longtime sweetheart Mpho Manchidi.
She and her partner tied the knot in a lavish wedding ceremony on the 19th of April back in 2019. The couple is definitely one of the most incredible and inspiring in Mzansi. They have been serving us the most amazing mind blowing goals on social media. They are one of Mzansi's favorite couples and their love for one another has given a lot of people hope that love still exists.
On a recent post Innocentia left many of her fans absolutely stunned as she shared a picture with her husband and she gushed over him by saying: " Thank you for choosing to do life with me Mr @mphomanchidi the muthi you have given me is powerful I can’t be this obsessed about a person😩. Kea go rata Kgosi yaka and I choose you today until forever🖤".
Don't they just look absolutely adorable and inspiring? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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