- Caster Semenya manages to keep her private life out of the spotlight while still giving Mzansi hints about her family life
- The Olympic athlete and her wife Violet Raseboya announced they welcomed a baby girl only a couple of months ago
- Although they haven't posted photos of their baby's face, the proud parents did give Saffas a glimpse at her shoe collection
After the country found out Caster Semenya and her wife, Violet Raseboya, became parents, they have become obsessed with their bundle of joy.
However, Semenya and Raseboya manage to maintain a perfect balance between their private lives and what they let the world know about their family.
The couple took to their respective social media accounts to show off their daughter's footwear.
Over the weekend, Semenya shared a photo of her daughter's shoes and opened up about becoming a parent.
She captioned the post:
"If it was possible for me to go back in time, this could have been first thing I'll do."
In another post, Semenya had South Africans believing their daughter is already one when she posted a snap of the little girl wearing Nike sneakers and captioned it: "#1."
Raseboya also posted a photo of an impressive pair of baby Nike shoes on her Instagram account and she captioned the image:
"Giving a girl the right shoes will help her to conquer the world thank @mondecaluza @masilomasha @nikeza_ family for these wonderful kicks, she just about to to DO IT. #Justdoit #Nikeza"
It's a good thing the couple's daughter has all those fancy shoes because she's already using them. Briefly.co.za previously reported Semenya posted an adorable video of her daughter walking.
The Olympic winner and record-breaking athlete captioned the post:
"And we walk."
The clip led to fans speculating the little girl is already a year old at least, and the photo Semenya posted of her daughter sporting a pair of Nike shoes with "#1" as the caption further fuelled speculation.
News that Semenya and her wife became parents first broke last month. They announced the news with a photo of themselves standing with a pair of baby shoes.
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