- The Khunes are one of South Africa's favourite celeb couples and they're a gift that keeps giving after a new Instagram post
- Sphelele said people should normalise making their partner a photographer as she shared two stunning images of herself
- The post gained over 6 000 likes as fans and other Instagram users commented on Itulemeng's photography skills
Celeb couple Itumeleng and Sphelele Khune have always been goals but recently Sphelele made Mzansi even more excited. She uploaded two stunning photos of herself to Instagram and basically said the Itu was the one who took them.
The post has gained over 6 000 likes since its upload. Sphelele can be seen wearing a denim dungaree with a white kimono and silver sandals. She radiates beauty in a simple yet elegant ensemble.
The caption was obviously directed at her husband and his new-found photography skills. It read:
"Normalise making your partner your photographer!"
Itu tagged his wife and left a few fire emojis as well as a heart. Some fans took to her comments section to share their thoughts on the beautiful images:
"Such a beautiful lady."
"Dazzling Mrs Khune."
“She who finds a husband, finds a good photographer.“
"Yessss girl and if he doesn't take nice pics it's war."
"A full-time photographer... Hey Mrs K."
The Khunes are everything goals and Briefly.co.za previously reported on 5 times that Itu and Sphelele served up major relationship goals. It is no secret why the Bafana Bafana goalkeeper and his stunning wife are one of South Africa's favourite couples.
The duo often show each other love on social media while still maintaining some privacy for the sake of their daughter. Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at five of the Khunes' sweetest moments on social media.
Number 1 is that Itu Khune is his wife's biggest fan. The Kaizer Chiefs goalie showed his wife some love on social media after she posted a stunning photo of herself on Twitter. Sphelele showed off her flat tummy and flawless curves in a black Nike crop-top and matching leggings in the image.
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