From fake boyfriend to devoted husband - #OPW couple melts South African hearts

From fake boyfriend to devoted husband - #OPW couple melts South African hearts

- Sunday night's episode of Our Perfect Wedding left viewers with hearts in their eyes

- South Africans were in love with everything that happened on and around Nonjabulo Xulu and Sibusiso Tjabaka's wedding

- From the adorable couple and their cute love story to the bride's dress and the expected tears - everything was just perfect according to those who watched the episode

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24-year-old Nonjabulo and 27-year-old Sibusiso's relationship started a little differently - they pretended to be dating so Nonjabulo could get rid of another guy.

But Cupid liked how the two looked together and it didn't take long for a real romance to blossom.

The couple chatted on Mxit and soon realised they're falling for each other. It was on Mxit that Sibusiso told Nonjabulo that he loved her, according to a report by IOL.

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Briefly.co.za learned that in 2010, when their relationship became really serious, their parents didn't really approve of it. They went to the same church and feared it could cause trouble between everyone if the couple were to break up.

But eight years later it was undeniable that Sibusiso and Nonjabulo belong together and they tied the knot at a beautiful wedding that got 10 stars from South Africans.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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