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PHOTOS: Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife are serving marriage goals - OPINION

Even if it is difficult to imagine getting old with a significant other, the president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, with his beautiful wife, Mme Ramaphosa, serves as living proof that it is possible. Regardless of the fact that they were wedded in 1996, Cyril and his wife, Tshepo Motsepe Ramaphosa, had been together for almost more than three decades when their marriage was annulled. In 2021, Tumelo Ramaphosa, the couple's kid, will be 31 years old, according to the most up-to-date information that is currently available. 

Their love for one another has grown stronger throughout the course of their 25-year marriage, and their devotion to one another has only grown stronger as they have become older. They were both in their late sixties at the time of writing. In spite of the fact that she is descended from the rich Motsepe household, many people were unaware of Ramaphosa's wife prior to his election as president. This is due to the fact that the Motsepe family likes to keep a low public presence. 

Ramaphosa and his spouse are unquestionably an example of a married couple to aspire to be like. The two are regularly spotted together in a variety of settings, including urban areas. When President Cyril Ramaphosa goes to functions in parliament and other engagements outside of the country in his official position, he does not leave his wonderful wife at home with their children. In addition, he appeared to be really delighted with his spouse, and the two of them appeared to be extremely content together. 

In my opinion, the president and the first lady of the country are examples of true love that exists. It is hard nowadays to find people growing old together, like Cyril Ramaphosa and his beautiful wife. The true have proven that indeed, if two are meant to be together, they will love each other until death do them apart.

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