- A recent snap from actress Dawn Thandeka King has left her followers wondering whether or not the star is pregnant
- Dawn did not mention anything about being pregnant in the caption, so she has really made it difficult
- The comment section was flooded with assumed congratulations for Dawn
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Mzansi actress Dawn Thandeka King has people wondering if she is expecting. While it is totally rude to just assume things like this, Dawn gave peeps no other option.
Posting a sweet picture of her and hubby to social media, Dawn left heads spinning. With Dawn’s man paying all the attention to her and sitting at belly level, you cannot help but think sis is packing.
Dawn did not mention anything about being pregnant in the caption, so she has really made it difficult for her followers to figure out. Sis, you need to tell us what is going on here!
“Black is King”
Taking to the comment section, some straight out ran with it and congratulated Dawn while others took a less forward approach to the picture and didn’t just full out assume. You cannot post pictures like this and not give the people details – this is how unnecessary drama starts, kante.
@leratomlambohazel: “Congratulations Queen ❤️”
@ntombiyom5: “❤️happy for u.”
@dankingsa: “Happy family ❤️”
@mthokozisithidisoh: “It true yes.”
@philile4162: “Is it me or what”
@noxolo389: “Congratulations mommy.”
@ngwenyasonke: “Congratulations bazali bami”
Only time will tell if Dawn is actually expecting or if people just made a rather insulting assumption. If she is, then some deserving congratulations are definitely in order.
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 to 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". Minnie's posts on Facebook and Instagram had peeps so excited to share in her joy that they posted love and even some pride for their own cultural and parenting stories.
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