The coronavirus outbreak has forced many families and couples to spend as much time together at their home than usual, and this have sadly revealed some unplesentary actions between partners. Many relationships and marriages have succumbed to spending time cramped in small spaces, many have broken up and some have even gone as far as divorce.
One lucky marriage that survived the pandemic is that of actress and sports presenter Minnie Dlamini. Dlamini is married to Quinton Jones and have been together for four years. They got married four years ago in a glitzy affair in Cape Town. Their wedding was attended by the who's who of the South African media industry. Today the couple celebrated their four year wedding anniversary, and according to Dlamini, this was not an easy journey.
In an instagram post, Dlamini shared how she and her husband, the father of their one son, almost called it quits as it was some times difficult.
"Happy Anniversary to us I can’t believe it’s 4years already wow time flies!!!! Marriage is not easy and there are many times we’ve both wanted to call it quits but it’s days like today that remind us of the promise we made to each other Love you Baba kaNetha, " she said.
Minenhle Jones née Dlamini known as Minnie is a South African on-air personality, actress and model. In 2010 she was selected as the new presenter for the SABC 1 Friday live-music show Live Amp. She was previously with footballer Itumeleng Khune. Their long-term relationship was marred with scandals of Khune's rooving eye, which caused their multiple breakups until Dlamini finally called it quits. She then fell for Quinton, who is 37 years old He is however not in the public eye like she is.
We wish the Jones all the best in their happy marriage.
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