- South African media personality Kelly Khumalo’s daughter Thingo officially started Grade 1 today
- The proud songstress shared pictures and videos of the child's big day
- The little girl said that she was excited to start her first step in schooling
Kelly Khumalo was a proud mommy this morning after she shared that her daughter Thingo was attending her first day of school. The doting parent posted pictures of the young girl looking all adorable in her school uniform.
"The beginning of a very bright and highly blessed future"
Thingo is the child who Kelly shares with the late Senzo Meyiwa. In a short video shared on Instagram, the young girl said she was excited for her big day.
Social media users found the post to be absolutely adorable and showered her with compliments. Enhle Mali'ss mother makeupgurubongi said:
"Mzukulu having fun."
"I'm sure she's sooo happy, I remember on your show how upset she was with not being able to go to school."
"She’s absolutely beautiful."
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Kelly Khumalo's daughter seems to be following in her footsteps. Little Thingo was recently posted singing by her proud mommy.
In the cute video shared on Instagram, the daughter Kelly shares with the late Senzo Meyiwa could be seen singing a sweet tune. Kelly captioned the video:
"This has got to be the cutest thing ever."
Social media users gushed over the adorable tot. Instagram user dee_2319 said:
“This is what we call priceless moments, you are doing a great job. Keep it up my love."
"The way my daughter loves this song."
"She's cute, bless you Thingo."
"I love her."
It looks like we have a rising star to look out for.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that it's been a week of wins for Kelly Khumalo as she celebrated her song Empini being at the top of the charts for seven weeks straight.
Now, Kelly has shown Mzansi a snippet of her life as a mom. She took to Instagram to share a cute snap of her daughter, Thingo, graduating from Grade R. Kelly was absolutely proud.
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Source: Briefly News