Celebrities seem to age at a different rate than the rest of us mere mortals.
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Whether it’s from the surgeon’s blade or the magic of the business called show, many of our favorite stars remain magically timeless. They keep their fit physiques well into middle age, with beach-ready bodies in their 40's and beyond.
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Mzansi has its own fair share of celebrities, who after having kids and managing successful careers, have retained smoking hot bodies. And as summer continues to blaze through the country, celebrities flaunted their bikini bods.
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Fans went crazy when the following 40-somethings shared their bikini bodies with the world:
1. Basetsana Khumalo
Kumalo, 44, is a TV personality, businesswoman, and philanthropist. Her career began in 1990 when she was crowned Miss Black South Africa at the age of 16.
2. Nhlanhla Nciza
Nciza, 40, is lead singer of the popular musical group Mafikizolo.
3. Rami Chuene
Chuene, 43, is an actress best known for playing the role of Gracious Mabuza in Mzansi Magic drama The Queen.
Unathi, 40, is a singer, actress and radio personality best known for hosting shows on YFM and Metro FM.
5. Thembi Seete
Seete, 41, is a musician, actress and TV presenter. She is a former member of the Kwaito group Boom Shaka.
6. Mampho Brescia
Brescia, 41, is an actress, TV presenter and voice artist best known for her role in the M-Net drama series Jacob's Cross.
It’s not only the conventionally slim women celebrating their bodies; in November last year, Briefly.co.za reported on body positive celebrity bikini goals featuring women of all shapes.
The ladies showed off their bikini bodies and embraced their curves, all over social media.
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Source: Briefly News