Mixed-race couple expecting a baby gives Mzansi the feels: "Beautiful"

Mixed-race couple expecting a baby gives Mzansi the feels: "Beautiful"

- A mixed-race couple has warmed South Africans' hearts with stunning photos

- The couple is expecting the fourth member of their family and the images are too cute

- The post gathered thousands of reactions and South Africans fell in love with the Brosens family

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On Monday, a stunning woman, Thabby Brosens, took to the #ImStaying group to share photos of her and her hubby, Jacques.

The couple are expecting their fourth member of their family and the beauty shared photos of her husband caressing her pregnant belly.

She captioned the post:

"Couldn't be happier to announce that the 4th member of our family will be landing in a few weeks to complete our rainbow family. We can't wait. Babies are a blessing and the most important part of our lives, we live for them and they give us purpose in life. And we can't wait to send tons of pictures to the stayers (family) once the baby is born."

Take a look at her post below:

Mixed-race couple expecting a baby gives Mzansi the feels: "Beautiful"

Screenshot of Thabby Brosens' Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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Mixed-race couple expecting a baby gives Mzansi the feels: "Beautiful"

The Brosens are ready to welcome another addition to the family. Photo credit: Thabby Brosens/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

South Africans were given the feels and they immediately fell in love with the growing rainbow nation family.

Monica Thebus Abrahams commented:

"May God bless your family and your unborn baby."

Ladyt Ladyt said:

"My fave couple in SA. I hope it's a boy."

Veronica AndNealie Ross added:

"Beautiful, happy couple and I'm glad you are staying."

Lizette Welman wrote:

"Congrats! Omw! You guys are such a gorgeous couple."

Briefly.co.za previously reported the Brosens inspired South Africans with their love story. Through her own experiences, Thabby learnt some valuable life lessons as a result of their mixed-race relationship and she shared some of this information in her social media post.

The post was shared via Facebook through the #ImStaying group and quickly started trending.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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