- A young local couple recently took part in the 'How it started vs how it's going' challenge
- In the before-and-after photos both of them have undergone major glow-ups, looking better than ever before
- Twitter users shared in their joy, taking to the comments section to show some appreciation
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Imagine having a whole glow-up with the one you love right beside you. This local couple does not need to imagine since it actually happened for them. @Teffy_Mjoli took to Twitter to share pictures of herself and her bae when their relationship started and a few of them now.
In the photos, which are a part of the viral 'How it started vs how it's going' challenge, the two looked considerably different - in a good way. While they were very cute together before, both of their new looks just serve up all of the drip.
Tweeps who agree with that sentiment reacted to this post over 6 000 times, retweeting it 280 times. They also shared some beautiful comments and compliments with the couple which you can read below.
"Whether you believe in love or not, shit this couple is beautiful. Hopefully they grow together."
"We won't rest until we see diamond on her finger."
"Maybe it's because I always use the stairs instead of the elevator."
"For a minute there, I thought it was a different couple, but damn, HUGE GLOW-UP. I pray it doesn't end in tears!"
In other sweet Briefly.co.za news, a South African lady shared a heartwarming post about her and her American hubby. Ziyanda Smith took to the #ImStaying group on Facebook to share a bunch of photos of her and her husband, Christian.
The couple resides in Utah in the States and Ziyanda shared that she is teaching him how to speak her mother tongue - isiXhosa. She shared a screenshot of her YouTube channel where she videos her teaching him the language. She captioned the post:
"I am staying because this handsome American man is learning to speak my mother tongue (IsiXhosa) so we can someday both teach our children of our cultures."
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