- Two beautiful women recently tied the knot and caught the attention of South Africans
- Jenna Hambrook paid tribute to Mzansi, as same-sex marriages are recognised in the country
- Her social media post went viral and thousands of South Africans weighed in with positive comments
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Two beautiful women recently got married and their wedding photos invoked a massive response via social media.
Jenna Hambrook took to the #ImStaying Facebook group to express her love for the Rainbow Nation, as the South African government recognises same-sex marriages.
Jenna shared some stunning photos of her and the lady of her dreams. Her caption read:
"One of the many reasons I love this country is I could legally marry my partner last weekend - and it was the best day of our lives."
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Briefly.co.za was amazed at the response, as the post has been liked 25 000 and attracted more than 2 000 comments.
Although some shared some negative sentiments, for the most part, South Africans loved what they saw and wished the two ladies well.
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Nici Ezra admired the beauty of both women:
"How stunning! Both of you gorgeous."
Simon Aitken admired the solidarity:
"Unity, sacred, powerful, incredible, we are beautiful, United we stand."
Nomfundo Gumbi said,
"You look absolutely happy, and that is everything. Your wedding was beautiful too. Congratulations."
Wally Leo added,
"Gorgeous couple and indeed democracy in action respect for all, love, live in harmony (sounds corny but so needed by all). congrats you two."
If the newlyweds are looking for inspiration and tips for a successful marriage, they need look no further than Herman Mashaba and his wife, Connie.
The couple recently celebrated their 38th wedding anniversary and the respected politician shared a beautiful throwback photo.
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