'Generations' actress Samela Tyelbooi is expecting her second child

'Generations' actress Samela Tyelbooi is expecting her second child

Mzansi actress, Samela Tyelbooi, who stars in Generations: The Legacy, is pregnant with her second bundle of joy.

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The actress shared the exciting news of her pregnancy in a major way, by being on the cover of the latest issue of Mamas&Papas Magazine.

It is believed that Samela was 8 months pregnant back in June, which means she could have already given birth by now.

The actress’s firstborn child is now 21 years old. A big age difference but a wonderful blessing indeed.

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Fans were really impressed by the way Samela managed to hide her baby bump on Generations: The Legacy and showered the actress with best wishes and congratulations.

Here area few messages from the magazine's Instagram page:

penelope_jp: "She looks gorgeous."
sphemzimela: "Congratulations to Samela."
mah_originals: "Gorgeous cover Mama @samelatyelbooi"

We hope that Samela shares a few snaps soon.

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Meanwhile, about two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi actress Busisiwe Xaba explained how her Generations: The Legacy character, Palesa’s situation hits home for many South Africans.

Palesa does not have it easy. The poor young woman has been dealt a hard set of cards and struggles to get by no matter how hard she tries to change her life around.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Busisiwe is not just an actress; she is a youth pastor too. Being a youth pastor has allowed Busisiwe to understand the struggles that many South Africans are facing and just how rife these struggles are.

Busisiwe explained how being a youth pastor prepared her for her role as Palesa. She explained how she too has faced some of the struggles that Palesa faces.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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