- Minnie Dlamini-Jones is still not comfortable after losing her brother, Khosini, last year
- The TV personality told her fans on Sunday that she was too scared to watch Becoming Mrs Jones on Mzansi Magic because her family was not "complete" any more
- The stunner said the show was her proudest work of her life
Dealing with the loss of a family member is one of the hardest challenges that many people go through on a daily basis.
It is even harder when you're reminded of them on platforms such as TV or social media.
Minnie Dlamini-Jones has been grieving ever since her younger brother Khosini passed away last year. Khosini reportedly suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm.
The star has opened up on several occasions about struggling to deal with the loss of Khosini.
The TV personality took to social media to share with her fans that she would not be watching her 3-part wedding special titled Becoming Mrs Jones that was aired on Sunday on Mzansi Magic.
The stunner said she was too scared to watch the show as her family was not "complete" anymore.
"Apparently #BecomingMrsJones is airing again right now. I'm too scared to watch it right now, as we aren't complete anymore but I really hope you enjoy the happiest moment and proudest work of my life!!! Playing now on @Mzansimagic @DStv channel 161."
Minnie also took some time to respond to her fans who watched the show.
"Truly enjoyed watching it. Beautiful!!! I cried whenever someone on the screen started tearing up! Felt the love through the screen!!! Got goosebumps! Beautiful production too."
"It was so beautiful to watch... And it gives me hope again that true love is still out there... Wishing you all the happiness in your marriage... From what I saw yesterday it's all that you eat in the morning and night."
Singer Mahalia Buchanan added:
"I love it. It was so well captured. Opulence, poise, you looked like a queen. And you captured our country so beautifully."
Briefly.co.za reported that the star has created an MD Skincare hand sanitiser. The MD Skincare distributed the first batch to those less fortunate for free as Minnie believed this is a time to help others, not to make a profit.
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