Ann Malinga, family miss Robbie Malinga more now it's lockdown

Ann Malinga, family miss Robbie Malinga more now it's lockdown

- Ann Malinga said she and her family are missing the late Robbie Malinga more now that it's lockdown

- Ann, who is Robbie's widow, told her Instagram followers that it's been extremely tough on her coping with this lockdown without her husband by her side

- Robbie passed away from pancreatic cancer on 25 December 2017

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Ann Malinga has opened up about missing her late husband, singer Robbie Malinga, more now that it's lockdown.

While this lockdown is a great opportunity for many to spend time with their loved ones, Ann is feeling a huge void left by Robbie's death.

The muso passed away on 25 December 2017 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

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The mom of two wrote a touching Instagram post that describes just how much she misses Robbie.

Ann wrote, "One thing this lockdown is doing the most is that it has triggered the feeling of grief and caused a fair amount of anxiety."

"It's a daily reminder that our puzzle is permanently missing one piece," she said.

Ann Malinga, family miss Robbie Malinga more now it's lockdown

Ann Malinga, family miss Robbie Malinga more now it's lockdown
Source: Instagram

Ann's followers did their best to support her during this trying time.

The concerned also detailed an alarming incident that occurred earlier today at her local pharmacy.

On Twitter, she wrote, "So I went to Dischem, Dainfern and heart the security at the door saying one customer declared he just came back from Italy and asked if he could go in."

"I've never been this confused. #21DaysLockdown #21Days"

Eish! Hopefully that was just somebody's idea of a sick joke during this coronavirus pandemic.

Italy has been one of the worst affected countries by the coronavirus.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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