Mzansi's "unrealistic" blended family claps back at troll online

Mzansi's "unrealistic" blended family claps back at troll online

- A couple stood up for their blended family after a woman called them "unrealistic"

- The lady thought it was just a PR stunt but it turns out the Mentors are a real-life blended family

- The post inspired other mixed families to share their own photos of their loved ones

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A family was selected for the Safely Home campaign by the by Western Cape Government and it had one woman dubbing them "unrealistic".

The lady thought the campaign used actors and it did not sit well with her.

"That pic is so condescendingly unrealistic I can't get past it. When PC goes overboard," she commented on the photo.

The comment sparked a reaction from Julie Mentor, the mother in the photo. It turned out that the family used in the campaign was a real-life blended family, not actors.

Mentor shared a photo of herself and her hubby, Terence, explaining that they had been married for 10 years now.

"Hi, I know it might seem that way... but... um... That's my husband of almost 10 years and our five-year-old son," Mentor responded.

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