Shona Ferguson shared The Queen bloopers and it has social media in stitches

Shona Ferguson shared The Queen bloopers and it has social media in stitches

The Queen is one of the most popular soapies in South Africa, and although the story line is mostly serious, it can be hilarious at times, especially if the actors mess up a scene.

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Taking to social media, Shona Ferguson shared a series of bloopers of the hit Mzansi show his wifey stars in.

The video shows behind the scenes footage of the cast messing up and having a laugh at their mistakes.

One of the videos he shared showed his wife unable to stay serious as her character is accused of murder.

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Ferguson captioned a second video,"#Bloopers #TheQueenMzansi This is what happens with @thembsiematu in a scene. Every time. @loymacdonald @zenandemfenyana @thabangmolaba_ @ramichuene".

"This woman is the best this industry has ever had", one fan commented about the above video, while another wrote, "My Favorite of all bloopers. hahahahaha".

Ferguson then shared a third video, and fans loved to see Jerry laughing, since he is always so serious in every episode.

"@ferguson_films its so weird seeing u laughing there Jerry is always serious", mart_cunukelo wrote.

It is good to see our actors having a bit of fun while they're working- it can never be all work and no play, plus we get to laugh with them.

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