5 celebrities who took to social media to share in the festive spirit

5 celebrities who took to social media to share in the festive spirit

Christmas is the best time of year and 2018 is definitely no exception. Celebrities usually go all out with their festivities, with some opting to spend the holidays resting after a hectic year

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People spend Christmas in different way, some share the joy with huge parties inviting family and friends to partake. Others spend the day with only a select few, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

However you chose to spend your day today, the team at Briefly sends you festive greetings and wishes you a happy new year.

1. Bonang Matheba

Queen B chose to spend the holiday with her family and posted this adorable video wishing her fans a merry Christmas.

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2. The Trump Family

The President of the United States posted photos of their ultra luxurious set up, saying that they had spent some time updating children on Santa's progress.

The festive season in the White House is surely among the most glamorous.

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3. Kim Kardashian

The Kardashians have been very quiet on how they spent their day but posted this family photo showcasing the sisters and their children.

The fact that they pulled off such a stylish photo with all these small children is a feat in itself.

4. Cassper Nyovest

Nyovest spent the day giving us squad envy, posting this snap in front of a plane.

It seems as if and his friends are jetting off somewhere exciting today.

5. DJ Black Coffee

This South African DJ took the sentimental approach to Christmas, posting this simple photo sending his Christmas greetings and encouraging us to love, always.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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