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Check Itumeleng Khune's mother and his wife recently left Mzansi Off Guard as they spoiled themselves

Check Itumeleng Khune's mother and his wife recently left Mzansi Off Gut as they spoiled themselves

It's a good feeling to see Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law bonding together. It's not always the case as it's very sacred to find Mother-in-law who admire you the most. But Keizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune's wife is very lucky to have Mother-in-law like Khune's mom.

Itumeleng Isaac Khune is a South African soccer player who plays as goalkeeper for Kaizer Chiefs in the Premier Soccer League, and also the South African national team. He is the captain of both. He's also accumulated more than five dozen caps for South Africa's national team. He is regarded as one of the most talented and experienced goalkeepers in Mzansi he has accomplished a lot in his career throughout all the years that he has been active in the industry.

The former football couple stole the hearts of South Africans when Khune announced early last year that they are going to be parents again. Football star Itumeleng Khune and his wife, Sphelele Makhunga, have welcomed their second bundle of joy.

He is happily married to his beautiful wife Sphelele Khune and they are blessed with two lovely daughters. Sphelele and her mother in law recently went out just to spoil themselves and bond. Sphe took to Instagram and show off what she and her motherland has been up to.

With caption: "Mrs Khune Senior and Mrs Khune Junior "

Mzansi could not help but to gush over their adorable love. They look pretty good today's and mzansi loved them. Sphelele shared amazing pictures of herself with her Mother-in-law as they had so much fun and her post on Instagram left many of her followers absolutely gobsmacked as this is one of the breathtaking moments a lot of have never seen before. Isn't this just too adorable? Mzansi need to learn from this kind of life. That in real like there is no perfect marriage. We learn from our mistakes everyday so that we can avoid repeating the same mistakes.

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