- A Johannesburg mother of two recently shared a very adorable clip of herself dancing with her hubby
- In the clip, the two of them slow dance romantically while a vibey song blares in the background, setting the perfect mood
- The post received thousands of views, many South Africans also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
A beautiful young woman recently took to Twitter to share a clip of herself sharing a romantic dance with her husband. In the clip, the mother of two can be seen wearing a loose-fitting dress that flowed around her as her body moved to the music.
The beautiful mother of two and her husband expertly navigate the dance floor arm-in-arm as the rhythmic melody blares on in the background, leaving their viewers almost mesmerised, which explains how it has reached nearly 100k views.
"Hey Twitter look at my thang thanging," she captioned the viral clip.
Of course, tweeps were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts. Many of them asked her to teach them while a lot of others simply complimented her on her beauty and her moves. Read a few of their comments below.
"Take me back to my ballroom and Latin dancing days."
"Made me miss my dancing days too."
"In 1993, my first year of courting my wife, I did this at the Palace Hotel in Durban with a bottle of champagne. While we did not have music in the background, we agreed to imagine any song that would put us in the mood. Guys, it works! Good memories."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a young woman recently headed to Twitter to share some exciting news with her followers - she just got engaged. In the post, @yaryoush_ explains how the man of her dreams turned out to be someone she met on Twitter.
The newly-engaged young woman also included beautiful pictures of the entire engagement, which took place on a boardwalk right next to a beautiful flowing stream - the stuff that dreamy proposals are really made of.
"I'm engaged to the man I met on Twitter," she happily captioned the heartwarming post.
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