- After spending time with Minnie Dlamini-Jones’ child, Netha, Springboks skipper Siya Kolisi has shared the beautiful images
- The South African rugby star says he is not aperfect father all the time but he is enjoying every moment of fatherhood
- Currently contracted to the Cell C Sharks rugby side based in Durban, Kolisi’s post on social media has been loved by many of his fans
Springboks skipper Siyamthanda Kolisi is enjoying himself being a father but he says he is not completely getting it right. The Port Elizabeth-born star says he enjoys every moment of being a family man.
Kolisi has just shared beautiful images on social media and attracted massive reactions from his followers.
Currently based in KwaZulu-Natal, where he plays for the Cell C Sharks, the Rugby World Cup-winning skipper says it was a great outing with Minnie Dlamini-Jones’ son, Netha.
The Instagram post reads:
“I love being a dad, don’t always get it right but kumnandi mani! It was great finally meeting Netha Jones.”
South Africans express love for Kolisi
“He loved his Uncle Siya.”
“Love seeing you as a dad! Trust yourself.”
“As parents, we don't always get it right. But as long as we have unconditional love for our kids then all will work out just fine. Keep it up, young man.”
“This is adorable.”
“For the love of Netha Jones.”
“You’re a great dad. You and Rachel make a powerful team.”
"Hey don’t beat yourself up, none of us gets it right all the time or even any of the time. Love matters.”
“It was an immense pleasure chatting with you at Canal Walk Sir.”
Rachel shares an affection for her husband
Taking a glance at other stories on the rugby superstar, Briefly News reported that Kolisi's wife, Rachel, had provided a glimpse into the private life of her husband by taking to social media to praise the Rugby World Cup star.
In a latest Instagram post, Rachel says she wishes everyone could know how humble Siya is on a personal level, labelling the bulky rugby player as a man with a beautiful heart.
Kolisi recently completed his switch from DHL Stormers and joined Cell C Sharks in Durban, a move that has received the backing of former Springboks coach Heyneke Meyer.
Meyer's sentiments also come on the back of the Durban franchise's decision to name the Gqeberha-born player their captain.
Rachel Kolisi wrote on Instagram:
“I wish you all had the opportunity to know him personally. What a heart. What a man.”
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