Lady shows off her engagement ring and gushes about hubby-to-be

Lady shows off her engagement ring and gushes about hubby-to-be

- A South African woman proudly showed off her engagement ring on Twitter

- She said her fiancé proposed to her again after paying lobola last year

- Her posts warmed the hearts of many tweeps

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A South African woman is feeling super-loved after her boyfriend proposed to her again a year after paying lobola.

Twitter user @Nsikoe posted photos of her beautiful engagement ring, Briefly.co.za gathered. She accompanied them with the caption:

This guy. After he finished lobola I thought he was done with me. I said YES AGAIN.

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She recalled how her boyfriend took her to a Signature restaurant, ordered pricey Veuve Clicquot champagne, and recorded the proposal.

@Nsikoe's boyfriend also engraved the words "My Princess," which is what he calls her, on the inside part of the ring.

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A delighted @Nsikoe said she can't wait to get married and have her boyfriend's kids. Her love for him is all too clear to see on her Twitter timeline.

She regularly posts awesome photos of herself and her bae. It's heartwarming to see just how much they are in love.

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Tweeps congratulated @Nsikoe on her engagement and wished the couple the very best.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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