President's spokesperson, Khusela Diko, ties the knot in royal wedding

President's spokesperson, Khusela Diko, ties the knot in royal wedding

- President Cyril Ramaphosa's spokesperson, Khusela Diko, had her royal wedding over the weekend

- She becomes a queen, as her husband is King Madzikane II of kwaBhaca, Eastern Cape

- Stunning snaps of the royal wedding have surfaced on social media

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President Cyril Ramaphosa's spokesperson, Khusela Diko, tied the knot over the weekend in a stunning royal wedding.

Diko traditionally wed King Madzikane II of kwaBhaca in Mount Frere, Eastern Cape, Briefly.co.za learned. She now becomes a traditional queen.

Social media has been abuzz with colourful snaps of the joyous event. Congratulations have also flooded in for the royal couple.

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According to Daily Sun, Diko and King Madzikane II have already been married for two years. They waited for the opportune date for their royal traditional wedding.

During the event, the king recalled how they met about three years ago:

She was wearing pants, so I offered her a cloth. She had no idea that the cloth was a proposal. And in her accepting it, she was accepting my proposal. From that day on we have never looked back.

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Daily Sun quoted an anonymous source who praised Diko for handling both her traditional and professional roles with ease:

We feared she might not stand for it because her groom is a traditional man and she is a modern woman. But so far she has been able to handle both worlds.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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