Friendship goals: "We are forever happy when we are together"

Friendship goals: "We are forever happy when we are together"

- Two South African friends put massive smiles on the faces of SAns after they shared some pictures online

- @RoyaltiOnWheels and her bestie seem to both be suffering from some sort of physical disability

- The adorable duo looked breathtaking as they laughed while posing next to each other

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Two young South African friends had SAns screaming out #FriendshipGoals recently when they shared two stunning images. @RoyaltiOnWheels and her bestie are both wheelchair-bound but they have not allowed this to get in their way. @RoyaltiOnWheels captioned the sweet post shared to Twitter:

"We are forever happy when we are together."

According to her bio on Twitter, @RoyaltiOnWheels is a road accident survivor who became a disability lifestyle influencer. She and her gorgeous friend looked beyond happy in the images shared to the social networking site.

Couple inspires: We are happy when we are together

This stunning couple gave their followers the feels when they shared these images online. Image: @RoyaltiOnWheels
Source: Twitter

Take a look at the sweet post below:

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Below are just a few of the responses the duo received:

@majola84 said:

"Anisebahle, just keep the friendship as it is."

@Maboke_Jo wrote:

"Normalise mentioning your friend."

@Sekwenza tweeted:

"You are so beautiful and full of life, keep it up..."

@HairpyCrown added:

"You are beautiful my sisters."

@colleenchifamba quote tweeted with:

"Here for this black girl magic."

@GwiziSoneni said:

"Great company is when you're with someone who understands your struggles & celebrates your triumphs... #DisabledWomenRock #BeYourSistersKeeper. Hugs from #LadyFlawsome. #HappyNewYear2021."

In similar news, recently reported on a mom who swooned over her disabled son who will complete his Master's degree soon. Tina Nokuthula Muthwa recently took to Facebook's ImStaying to share how her son is achieving great things.

Her post includes pictures of her determined boy who suffers from a physical disability. In the pictures, the young man can be seen smiling as he graduates more than once despite being unable to walk on his own.

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"This is my son Lwandle Nkululeko Muthwa. He was born physically challenged. Through all the challenges we had, he didn't give up. He is about to finish his Master's degree. #ImStaying.
"I'm so proud of you son. You are a living testimony. My god keep you and fulfil all your dreams. You have shown us anything is possible. I love you my one and only son," she captioned the post.

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