- Sophie Lechaba has taken to social media to to celebrate her daughter's 30th birthday
- The veteran actress, who shot to fame when she played the role of Queen on Generations, penned a heartfelt post to Rudo
- The star described her daughter as a "precious gift" that God gave her when she was still young
Sophie Lichaba has penned a sweet message to her daughter who recently tuned 30. Sophie, who is famous for her role as Queen Moroka on the defunct Generations, thanked Rudo for being the best daughter she could ask for.
The actress shared snaps of herself and her daughter on Instagram and penned a lengthy heartfelt post to her "precious gift".
Sophie expressed that she was still young when she gave birth to Rudo. She jokingly said they literally grew up together.
"Know that mommy loves you so much and thank God for the precious gift he gave me. That's YOU my baby. You came at a time I was so young, we grew together, literally. I knew you were special from the second you were born. The second I laid my eyes on you.God never makes a mistake, you are His princess."
The star also expressed that her daughter has been supporting her in her best and worst moments.
"You pray for me more than you pray for yourself. I know this. You've been supporting mommy in my best and worst moments, you were there on your knees with me."
Check out the rest of her message below:
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee recently penned a heartfelt birthday message to his eldest son, Esona. The star took to social media to wish Esona a special day on Tuesday, 18 August.
He was turning 21. The proud dad thanked Esona for being the best "grootman" to his younger siblings. Now we know that when Coffee is travelling across the world making money for his fam, Esona makes sure that his siblings are on their best behaviour.
"My son turns 21 today, wow where did time go!!! Thank you for being such an amazing human being, the best Grootman to your siblings, the captain of the team and for being grounded and respectful, not just to me and your mother but to everyone."
The Drive hitmaker also expressed how grateful he is to his son for allowing him to go through the fatherhood journey with him.
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