Letoya Makhene's son steals the show with his cuteness overload

Letoya Makhene's son steals the show with his cuteness overload

Mzansi actress and singer, Letoya Makhene, is really enjoying her time at home, especially with her little boy.

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The former Generations: The Legacy actress, Letoya Makhene resigned from the TV show a few months ago, and filmed her last episode recently. She confirmed that she wanted to focus on a more spiritual journey and her singing.

Leyota also wanted to spend more time with her kids, and from her recent social media post on Instagram, we can see why. She posted a cute video clip of her son all dressed for winter, which gave us the feels.

Letoya wrote: "The fact that I get to wake up to all this cuteness!!! ☀️��"

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Many of Letoya's followers on Instagram raved about how cute her son is. Here are some of the comments below:

Jahgeneral8229: "bless up king"
Pockympotulo: "He's so adorable❤️"
Fikileranamane: "Aaag man this is total cuteness, those chubby chick "
Carole_kps: "Beautiful hle"
Sironyi: "He is so cute"

Just over three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that most of Mzansi fans are really sad about Letoya Makhene's departure as her character, Tshidi Diale, in Generations: The Legacy. She has been a real hit on the show.

Letoya played a prominent role in the show and has had quite a fan base as well. She penned a heartfelt message to her fans on Twitter recently.

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A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that South African actress, singer and media personality, Letoya Makhene, shared a post which gave Mzansi’s social media users a closer look at a relatively private part of her life: her calling as a sangoma.

Letoya rose to fame through recognition for her role in popular South African soapies, Isidingo and Generations, and took time off in 2003 in order to go to an initiation school for traditional healers.

The local soapie star’s recent post depicts her and two fellow traditional healers dressed in sangoma garb, all holding sharp knives, Briefly.co.za reported.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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