Siya Kolisi pays tribute to his wife, Rachel

Siya Kolisi pays tribute to his wife, Rachel

- Siya Kolisi took to social media to thank his wife, Rachel, for believing in him

- Mzansi's loved couple has been posing videos of their normal lives since the lockdown

- It has become a habit for Kolisi to post sweet massages to his adorable wife

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South Africa's beloved Springbok Captain, Siya Kolisi, took to social media to thank his wife, Rachel Kolisi, for her support.

In the post, Kolisi thanked his wife for being strong and believing in him. Since the lockdown, this lovely couple have been regularly posting videos of their life as normal people. The lovebirds don't mind being real. The cute videos are of their fun times.

His tribute went viral on social media and received over 55 000 views and hundreds of comments in one day. That's is proof enough that Mzansi is crazy about the couple.

Kolisi wrote a lovely massage to his wife:

"Thank you for believing in me and challenging me to do better va! Ungadinwa nono nami."

It has become a habit for Kolisi to share sweet messages to his adorable wife or lovely snaps of Rachel.

Last year he shared a heartfelt massage to Rachel on social media which received more than 105 000 likes. In his post, he posted a lovely picture and wrote:

"I love you Rachel Kolisi."

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That is exactly the expected reaction from Mzansi when their favourite couple posts anything adorable on social media. The champion is also well known for encouraging and promoting the stay-at-home campaigns during the lockdown.

Kolisi made headlines when donated masks and other supplies in fight against the coronavirus last month, which just proves that he not only a loving and caring husband to Rachel, but he also cares for the citizens of his country.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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