- Innocent Sadiki took to Instagram to post a series of photographs in celebration of her 10th wedding anniversary
- Innocent and Phindulo Sadiki can be seen in the pictures at the party celebrating their milestone where they look smitten with each other
- The actress expressed her love for her husband and joked about how glad she was that the only guests at the party were the couple's kids
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Innocent and Phindulo Sadiki have been married for a whole ten years. The Skeem Saam actress took to social media to show off photos of her intimate wedding anniversary celebration.
The couple look utterly in love in the pictures Innocent posted to her Instagram account. Fans took to the comments to offer their congratulations to the couple on reaching the romantic milestone.
The couple got all dressed up in their wedding outfits and posed together for the celebration. Innocent jokingly added that her favourite part of the day was that the only guests she had to entertain were the couple's own two kids.
The two kiddies were also dressed up and only added to the cuteness factor of the photo series. Innocent captioned her first post with a sweet message to her beloved:
"Can’t believe we have been married for 10 years. Happy #10yearanniversary to us honey. 23.10.2010 ! We made it through it all through Christ who strengthened us. Let’s keep the fire burning Bubu. I love you forever."
In other Skeem Saam-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the actress Pebetsi Matlaila's opinions on getting married.
Skeem Saam actress Pebetsi Matlaila has mixed feelings about marriage. The star recently took to social media to share that she's been asking people about the pleasures of marriage. Pebetsi said their responses make her think twice about getting hitched.
Pebetsi, who plays the role of Mokgadi Maputla on the popular SABC 1 show, also revealed that her partner in real life has been asking her to marry him. She's still undecided.
"The marriage counsellors will tell you oh no, nothing is to change from how you were when you were dating and to now. You can keep everything the same way. But botsisha a black person and they have nothing good to say about marriage."
The star told her fans in the video she shared on Instagram that she grew up in a Christian home believing that marriage was a "beautiful thing".
"But now I'm conflicted. I'm seriously waiting on that one person who's going to come with a beautiful story like you see in the movies that just makes me say, yes this is what I want to do."
Pebetsi's character on Skeem Saam is also going through some marital troubles maybe that's why she can't decide whether to marry her partner in real life or keep him waiting.
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