South African man gushes online about UK wifey who can speak Xhosa

South African man gushes online about UK wifey who can speak Xhosa

- In 2001, a South African man moved to the UK

- He fell in love with an English white woman

- The man showed off his beautiful wife, who can now speak Xhosa

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A man, Sintu Bacela, moved to the United Kingdom 18 years ago and he met the love of his life, an English woman named Emma.

Bacela and Emma ended up tying the knot and have been together for over 15 years now.

Taking to social media, Bacela gushed about his beautiful wife and how she adopted the South African culture:

"She embraces my Xhosa background and heritage and our overall South African ways," he said, adding: "She speaks good Xhosa! Here she is in her traditional Xhosa attire on Heritage dDy in Manchester, UK."

Bacela and Emma have a beautiful nine-year-old son who they raise to embrace both cultures.

He ended off his post:

"We look forward to one day finally settling back in SA to enjoy our lives and days together. One love my beautiful people!"
South African man gushes about UK wifey who can speak Xhosa online

Photo credits: Sintu Bacela/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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South Africans were in awe of Bacela's beautiful family.

Noreen Alexander commented: "Wow, she is rocking in the traditional dress, your son is gorgeous too!"
Nelisa Pambo said: "We love you guys for making sure that both languages are known by family."
Damien Dee Fletcher added: "If we all pull together south Africa can be the most beautiful place on earth. Rainbow nation, love it."
Vivien Bruwer wrote: "Your wife is gorgeous, beautiful son too. So happy you are thinking of one day coming back. Until then, enjoy the UK." previously reported on another inspiring relationship. A Grade 12 pupil took his best friend to his matric farewell and photos of the special night went viral.

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