- Sophie Lichaba was overwhelmed with pride and joy as her youngest turned six
- Sophie’s youngest daughter Shallon has made her mother so proud and Sophie could not be more grateful to be a part of her life
- While the coronavirus made it difficult to celebrate, Sophie made the best of the situation for her baby girl
Sophie Lichaba was overwhelmed with pride and joy as her baby girl turned six. Seeing the incredible little lady she is growing into is something Sophie is most proud of.
Being a parent comes with a lot of responsibility and struggles, but it is all worth it when you see your tiny human conquering life under your guidance.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Sophie’s youngest daughter Shallon just turned six and her momma could not be more proud.
Being the hardworking woman that she is, Sophie knows what it takes to be a strong and independent woman and is teaching her baby girl the ways. Taking to social media like the proud momma she is, Sophie wished her daughter a happy sixth birthday and told the world just how proud she is of her.
Sophie cannot believe how different this birthday is with the coronavirus making it difficult to celebrate, however, they made the best out of it.
"Happy birthday to my gorgeous daughter. Yay you've turned 6 my "princess zazara" Ama. Your little tooth is back this year. Last year this time it was tooth fairy conversations, this year it's why can't I have a party and why homeschooling.
"May God protect you, especially during this trying time for us all. Covid is real and protecting you is no1 priority. Make no mistake, we will still eat all the cake & popcorn & milkshake. That smile melts my heart."
Briefly.co.za previously reported Sophie Lichaba has hinted that she might be venturing into the property business in the near future.
The star, who's made a splash on with her amazing acting on the current season of Lockdown, revealed a bit about it on her social media page. Sophie posted a picture of herself with her phone in her hand, looking all sorts of business-like and serious.
She wrote, "Feels like Friday. Oh, how I miss being up and about. But (it's) well worth it as magic also happens in silence. Thank you (property development companies) for the catch up. (I) love you guys - my property development mentors.
"Watch (this) space as we use this quiet time to do the most. We work. We learn. These are exciting times. Hard times (too), but stay safe, work and strategise while you can. God is busy restoring."
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