Beautiful mixed-race family wins over Mzansi's hearts: “I love that"

Beautiful mixed-race family wins over Mzansi's hearts: “I love that"

- A beautiful multiracial family showcased their photos via social media

- Social media users kept raving about the beautiful combination

- The husband is of Chinese descent while the wife is South African

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South Africans heaped praise on a multiracial family for their beauty and for being unique.

Neo MailaJin shared lovely family photos and showcased his family's diversity.

Neo is of Chinese descent and married a black South African woman. The couple have been blessed with two beautiful children.

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The family pics were shared via the #ImStaying Facebook group and has had a huge impact.

Briefly.co.za noted that nearly 30 000 people have liked the post and more than 800 comments were shared.

Beautiful mixed-race family wins over Mzansi's hearts: “I love that"

Facebook: #ImStaying
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Dineo Senamela Nkiwane said,

"BLASIAN...I love that...you have a lovely family indeed."

Raggie Lets added,

"Wow! This is a rainbow nation, thats why I am not going anywhere, take care of each other."

Banothile Kwa Ntuli responded,

"My sister has a baby with a Japanese. Omg her hair and she is so beautiful. I can't wait so you post pictures of your little baby as he/she grows. Mixed baby's are just soo extremely cute. P. S you guys are so beautiful."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a woman who took to social media to share details of her relationship with her husband of a different race.

Thabby Brosens shared a series of wonderful photos of her beautiful family and included a powerful message about interracial relationships.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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