Woman drops everything to support her ex-husband after his mom and sister died

Woman drops everything to support her ex-husband after his mom and sister died

A lot of times when people get divorced, they end up on really bad terms. However, one tweeps’ parents prove divorce does not need to end a friendship.

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Aspiring doctor and self-taught makeup artist Katlego Lekalakala took to social media to share the inspiring story of her divorced parents.

Lekalakala explained, without giving it a second thought, her mother stood by her ex-husband when his mom and sister passed away.

‘When my gran passed and my aunt two months later, it was so lovely to see the support my father received for both funerals. My parents are divorced but my mother dropped everything, she helped plan both funerals and was there chopping veggies and cooking’, she wrote.

Lekalakala’s story continued to show how friends and family stood together to support each other.

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She added her sister and her friends also helped out on both funerals, not only with doing task but also by helping people feel better emotionally.

As Briefly.co.za reported previously, Lekalakala manages to balance her makeup artistry with her medical studies at the University of Pretoria.

Adding to her achievements, Lekalakala is also the founder of a successful makeup company called The BeatsByKaz, where she provides several services including masterclasses.

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