Father of the year: 5 Times Itu Khune served up some major dad goals

Father of the year: 5 Times Itu Khune served up some major dad goals

Itu Khune might be one of the most famous footballers in Mzansi but at home he is a dedicated husband and father.

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The Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper often gives Mzansi glimpses into his family life, and although he doesn't posts snaps of his daughter's face, Khune can't help but gush about the little girl.

Since becoming a dad, the footballer shares images of himself with his family and he writes the most adorable captions for each one.

Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at five times Khune was the picture of a proud dad:

Father of the year: 5 Times Itu Khune served up some major dad goals

Itu Khune often gushes about his little family online and he really is a great example of a good dad. Photo: @itukhune32 / Instagram.
Source: Instagram

1. Khune shares his wish for his daughter

A week ago, Khune posted a snap of himself pushing a stroller. The dad, who makes time to spend with his little girl, wrote what he hopes and dreams for her future.

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Khune wrote:

" hope and pray that my daughter grows up empowered and doesn’t define herself by the way she looks but by qualities that make her a intelligent, strong and responsible woman #BabyZee Daddy Loves You."

2. Khune is his daughter's hero

Khune might be a lot of Chiefs fans' hero but the most important person who looks up to him is his daughter.

The footballer posted a snap of his little girl lying on a play mat and he captioned it:

"Some people don’t believe in heroes but they haven’t met my dad - Amogelang Zee Khune."

3. Spending time with the family

A lot of times, especially when you have a busy and successful career, parents often don't get the time to spend with their loved ones.

However, Khune always makes time for the two most special ladies in his life. The Amakhosi star posted a snap of himself in September chilling at home with his wife and child.

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He wrote:

"There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved."

He certainly knows the true meaning of happiness.

4. Celebrating every milestone

Khune isn't waiting for his daughter to turn one to celebrate her birthday. No, the footballer celebrates every month his daughter turns older.

Most recently, his baby girl turned eight months old and the proud dad could not help but dote about her online.

"Happy eight months BabyZee. Mommy and Daddy took her to the baby spa."

5. Striving to be a good father

It is really important for Khune to be a good dad to his daughter and he plans on making an imprint on her life.

He shared a sweet snap with the little girl and wrote:

"A good father will leave his imprint on his daughter for the rest of her life. I AM THAT FATHER."

In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported Sjava left Mzansi social media users with questions after he shared a picture of a mystery woman on his social media account.

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The award-winning musician shared the picture of his Instagram page but opted to cover the woman's eye.

Many wondered if this was his new bae because he captioned the picture with a heart emoji. When questioned by his fans, Sjava did not offer any answers.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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