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Meet Benni McCarthy's beautiful sister

In all sporting codes in South Africa there will always be one that one individual who is considered as the greatest, coming to football Benni McCarthy on any day will reign supreme. In terms of career success during his illustrious career he went to achieve what most people would consider as impossible. He is a living legend in South Africa and across the world.

Benni McCarthy is a true example that in life nothing is impossible through hard work. He is a role model to his peers, to the current crop of footballers and even future stars adore him excessively. On any given day he will forever go down in history as of the top athletes who went to put South Africa on the map.

Not to dwell too much into Benni McCarthy's illustrious career but we have since been fortunate enough to learn an interesting detail about him. The former Blackburn Rovers and Orlando Pirates has a beautiful sister by the name of Stella. She has been able to keep her private life away from the spotlight despite being related to Benni McCarthy.

As a beautiful woman that she is, she is obviously a kept woman. A few years ago she walked down the alsie in a beautiful lavish ceremony and her brother, Benni McCarthy, would take to IG to share the exciting news. Besides being a kept woman Stella is also a mother of a two, she has a son by the name of Jesse and a daughter who is known as Nina.

As much as Stella prefers to keep her personal life private her children have since taken the same route with little traces of them on social media. Hailing from one of the most successful families in South Africa it is without a doubt that Stella is also a successful woman in her right.

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