Carol Tshabalala overflows with pride as her son attends matric dance

Carol Tshabalala overflows with pride as her son attends matric dance

- Carol Tshabalala was overflowing with pride as her eldest son attended his matric dance

- Like a proud mom, Carol took to social media to show off her son and his gorgeous date

- She made sure their night was perfect with a shiny black Maybach and a whole load more

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Carol Tshabalala’s eldest son recently attended his matric dance and best believe momma had him do it in style.

When your child enters their last year of school, it is a pretty big deal and parents get rather emotional about it. learnt that Carol made sure her boy had the best night by making sure everything was perfect.

It is hard to believe that Carol has a son in matric, she doesn’t look a day over 25. This momma of three is an ageless beauty!

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Taking to social media with great pride, Carol shared some pictures of the big night. Carol’s son and his date looked dapper and they had a lit ride to match – a shiny black Maybach.

“My son is on point today! Matric Dance. Proud mama,” Carol wrote.

Moments like these are cherished forever!

In other news, just last year a Grade 12 pupil went viral on social media for all the right reasons. Ash Sicqo Ndlovu - a learner at Eden Park Secondary School - took his mother to his matric farewell dance.

The gentlemen shared on his Facebook page why he decided to ditch a date his age to have his mom accompany him to the final school dance.

According to Ndlovu's post, his mother missed out on her matric farewell dance because she had him at a young age.

The young man did not want his stunning mom to miss out on any life experiences and he decided to ask her to join him.

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