- Skeem Saam actress Pebetsi Matlaila has revealed that she recently got married
- The excited Pebetsi shared that she has been preparing herself psychologically before her wedding day
- Pebetsi, who plays the role of Mokgadi Maputla on Skeem Saam, told her fans a few days ago that she had mixed feelings about marriage
Skeem Saam actress Pebetsi Matlaila has taken to social media to announce that she is now a happily married woman. The excited Pebetsi took to Instagram on Monday, 2 November to reveal her good news to her followers.
In the video that the radio presenter posted, she told Mzansi men who have been "eyeing" her that she is now off the market. The stunner couldn't stop showing off her ring in the clip she shared on her timeline.
Pebetsi also revealed that she will be sharing professional footage from the ceremony just to let her fans in on what went down during the ceremony. Pebetsi captioned her post: "
"Mrs. Makoti. Wife. #NovemberVibes... I've learned not to announce my moves before making them. Not everyone wishes the best for you. I have been preparing myself psychologically."
The stunner's fans have flooded her comment section to congratulate her. Check out some of their comments below:
"What! Congratulations Queen. You are an absolutely beautiful woman. He's blessed to have you. Blessings on blessings mama."
"Congratulations queen and welcome to the club."
"Happpppppy for you, lots of love... God has got your back gal."
"Congratulations on your wedding."
"Congratulations. I can hear the happiness in your voice. Halala. God bless your union."
In related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Pebetsi 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. The star said their responses make her think twice about getting married.
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 for a while. 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."
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