- South Africans are wowed by a little girl spotted on social media wearing her stylish traditional wear to celebrate the annual Heritage Day
- According to a viral social media post by Zusiphe Lisa, the young girl was on her way to school and wanted to brag about her outfit
- Local netizens are now heading to the comments section to share their sweet words to the post and to praise the little 'Swazi' queen
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A little girl in a stunning traditional wear has won the online family. The young African lady is spotted on social media wearing her traditional Swazi wear.
According to the viral post by Zusiphe Lisa, the young lady was ready to head to school and she wanted to impress her 'aunty'. The social media account holder went online to brag about the young stunner and Mzansi is seriously thrilled by this beautiful snap.
As South Africans celebrate Heritage Day this Friday, many social media users are set to share their images as they also boast about their traditional outfits. Many people are in unison as they praise the young Swazi queen and some decided to hit the like button or tab.
The bubbly woman wrote on Twitter:
“My bestie’s daughter, she came to show me her outfit before going to school but she asked why am I in pyjamas.”
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The viral post reads:
“Your besti akasemhle mapatuni.”
“Beautiful retsa neng wa rona.”
“She's so cute.”
“Nami I'm asking ke. She's cute.”
“Cuteness at its best”: ‘Young kings’ wow Mzansi with formal outfits
In a similar post regarding kids, Briefly News posted that prominent social media account holder @Daniel Marven is the centre of attention after sharing a cute photo of six young boys.
The Twitter account holder says the 'little kings' are definitely set for big things in life. Many South Africans are really impressed with the image that is going viral.
The boys are seen wearing their stylish formal outfits and sporting neat haircuts.
At the same time, their pose tells a story of pure class and taste for good things. Marven captioned the beautifully shot snap: “Young kings.”
“Believe me most of the time it's them who want these hair cut for themselves.. my son used to want these hair cuts during his creche days until he had to go to "big school"..he was influenced by my little brother.. may his soul rest in peace.”