- Minnie Dlamini-Jones revealed that the woman behind her special surprise baby shower was her very own queen, her momma
- Minnie says that she has crowned her mom a queen and been raised by such an amazing person
- Taking to social media, Minnie poured her heart out, expressing just how grateful she is for the mother that she has
It’s always a happy moment to attend a baby shower, especially when it is a surprise for the expecting mom. Family and friends gathered and waited for the unveiling of Minnie Dlamini baby’s gender. The baby’s godmother, Shauwn Mkhize, was also in attendance.
The person responsible for this amazing celebration was no other than Minnie’s mom. Minnie says that she has crowned her mom a queen and been raised by such an amazing person, she herself is also a queen as are those other women in her life that have been part and parcel of her upbringing.
Minnie commented that her mom had gathered all her friends to join in spoiling her with a surprise baby shower. She went on to say that her mom pulled out all the stops and she truly grateful and appreciative for the tribe of women that have been there through all the years.
She declares that they all continue to love and show guidance right through all her stages of womanhood. Minnie openly admits that because she was raised by Queens she is no doubt a Queen herself, and not forgetting the ultimate QUEEN HERSELF!
“My mom invited all her friends to spoil me for a surprise baby shower. She honestly went all out and I can’t be more grateful for the tribe of women that raised me and continue to love and guide me through all my stages of womanhood.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Minnie Dlamini celebrated Heritage Day by declaring how proud she is to be a Zulu woman. Peeps will be familiar with the photo she posted when first announcing her pregnancy, but today she added a heartfelt caption that spoke so perfectly about heritage and culture.
Minnie said she knew she had wanted to do something different to tell Mzansi about her future baby and wanted to celebrate her culture while she did it.
The TV presenter put in her caption that it she did some research on traditional dress for pregnant Zulu women "back in the day".
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