Nokuthula Mavuso makes exciting announcement: Welcomes second child

Nokuthula Mavuso makes exciting announcement: Welcomes second child

Mzansi actress, Nokuthula Mavuso (formerly Ledwaba) loves to drop hints on Twitter. Her recent post revealed that she has given birth to her second child.

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Congratulations are in order for The River actress, Nokuthula Mavuso, who recently gave birth to her second child. She now has two boys.

Although we have no clue when she had the baby, Nokuthula took to social media to let her fans know that her baby boy was born.

She wrote: "We went and made a carbon copy ya Lewatle. The joke's on us. #SheddysHome."

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The actress announced late last year that she was expecting, but her tweet was very cryptic.

Nokuthula's followers on Twitter showered the actress will well wishes and congratulations after she tweeted her exciting news. Take a look below:

We can't wait for Mama Nokuthula to share some snaps of her second born.

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A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that when one social media user said that women's worst fear is getting married late in life, and actress Nokuthula Mavuso swooped in to share her words of wisdom on Twitter. To the actress, the generalisation was ignorant of the real fears women live with.

Social media gives people the opportunity to share their own unique opinions and points of view. Often, people don't agree with each other and healthy debates can be born. When The River actress, Nokuthula Mavuso, noticed a tweet by a woman that didn't sit right with her, she was quick to share her own opinion as well.

The woman claimed that women's worst fear is 'late marriage'. However, Nokuthula did not agree and took the opportunity to 'educate' the tweep on what fears women really face every day. According to her, getting married later in life isn't nearly as bad.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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