Oros Mampofu shares adorable video of his baby girl's first laugh

Oros Mampofu shares adorable video of his baby girl's first laugh

Mzansi actor, Oros Mampofu, took to social media to share a video of his daughter's first laugh, and boy was it cute.

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There's a saying that 'laughter is the best medicine', and seeing some laugh because they are happy is the best feeling ever.

This is how actor Oros Mampofu and his bae, Bianca Carmacheal felt when they heard their daughter, Aarya Mampofu's first laugh. They had to record it and share it with the world..

Oros wrote: "Her first laugh In the midst of darkness you become my shining light! You can’t believe how grateful I am to have you in my life, especially at this time for me. It makes me proud to see you laugh my princess. May your life be filled with laughter and joy. Congratulations @aarya_mampofu We Love You."

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Oros's Instagram post had 14.4k views and 48 comments. Oros' daughter, Aarya, really put a smile on anyone who viewed the video. It was too adorable and many of Oros' fans agreed too.

Here are some of the comments from his post:

Aphiwe_belle: "The joy all over your face✨✨✨"
Gontse.mag: "She is so gorgeous "
Boitumelomodungwa: "Cute little baby"
Sya6087: "So cute ❤️❤️❤️❤️"
Nomvuzogantaa: "My son always laughed with his dad only and it made me jealous"
Kholia_williams: "So cute it makes me so desperate to be a father"

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Five days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that the former Skeem Saam actor, Oros Mampofu, shared with his social media followers that he is 'his own Picasso' and inspired them to show self-love unashamedly. It didn't take long for his fans to share that they also care about themselves.

Self-love is something that is easy to talk about but much more difficult to actually put into practice. Thanks to society's norms and expectations, finding reasons to love yourself for who you are isn't easy.

But actor Oros Mampofu has found a way. Not only does he love himself, he sees himself as a work of art.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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