- South African journalist Redi Tlhabi shared an adorable picture of her kids to Twitter recently
- Redi uploaded the image yesterday, 18 October, and most Saffa tweeps are showering her with compliments
- The adorable image sparked a lot of love and kindness for the award-winning news anchor
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South African journalist Redi Tlhabi took to Twitter to share an adorable picture of her kids. The award-winning news anchor shared the yesterday and paired it with a sweet and simple caption: "My LOVES!"
South African Twitter users absolutely love the cute picture she shared of her kids and took to her replies. Redi has now pinned the picture to her account, meaning it is the first tweet seen if one clicks on her profile.
Even with all the love and support, there will always be a few haters. Redi didn't respond to any of the replies under the tweet.
Take a look at Redi's tweet below:
Here's some of the positive tweets:
"It's the rings on them tiny fingers for me."
"They are so precious. My heart melted."
@paulaice responded with:
"I completely get it. I love my daughter so much, I have never known or remembered loving anyone like this."
In other adorable news about moms and their kids, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a woman and her little girl who got matching whips. A woman who was identified as Miss Shozi served up some major mother-daughter goals on social media. The beautiful influencer recently got a new set of wheels - a sleek black Mercedes Benz GLC 63.
However, she did not want to be the only one with a new whip and decided to buy a matching miniature ride for her daughter. In photos posted online, the two cars can be seen parked next to one another as the mom embraces her little "mini-me".
She simply captioned the post: "Matching with my mini-me." The post gathered over 39 100 likes and 4 000 comments. South Africans loved the sweet mother-daughter moment and the goals they served with the matching whips. Some guys decided to shoot their shot and volunteered to be step-dads.
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