- Nicole Ducler Des Rauches shared an adorable video of her daughter singing her heart out to Jerusalema
- According to Nicole, her daughter's father has been teaching her how to speak isiZulu every day
- The cute duo warmed hearts across Mzansi after Nicole shared a short video of them to Facebook's #ImStaying group
Nicole Ducler Des Rauches shared an adorable video of her 2-year-old. According to Nicole, her daughter's father has been teaching her isiZulu every day. In the short clip, Nicole shared to Facebook's #ImStaying group, the little one is jamming out to an iconic SA hit.
Master KG and Nomcebo's global hit, Jerusalema, is playing as the little girl sits strapped into her car seat while her father records. She sings her heart out from beginning to end as her dad beams with pride.
The clip is just 29 seconds long but it surely did captivate many Stayers.
Click here to watch the adorable video. Nicole captioned the post:
"My 2,5-year-old and her jam!! Trying so hard to say that words, her dad has been trying to teach her Zulu every day!"
Stayers reacted to Nicole's post over 13 000 times. Briefly.co.za compiled just a few of the comments left under the video. Read some of them below:
Civil Thonga said:
"Love it when she goes for the high note."
Yvonne Goqo wrote:
"Super cute, love you little sunshine."
Loreal Seefort commented:
"She's so so cute... Just vibing on her own... Cuteness overload."
Ronel Coetzee also wrote:
"That just made my day, how precious, well-done daddy, catching the perfect moments are always the best."
Nobantu Gugushe also said:
"Oh my word, thank you for putting smiles on our faces during these difficult times."
Sibahle Buthelezi also commented:
"So cute though. Thanks, daddy for teaching her."
Oratiloe Mofokeng added:
"That's the cutest video I've seen today."
In other heartwarming news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a local lady who shared a sweet post of her parents changing a tyre together. According to Kgothatso Masete, her parents are both in their 70s and have been married for 52 years.
Recently, she woke up to a beautiful sight. Her parents were seated side-by-side as her mother helped her father change the tyre on his car. Kgothatso revealed that her father is a bit frail at his age.
She then went on to share a small tribute to her mother, who gave birth to 11 children. Kgothatso says that her mother is the pillar of their family and a blessing in their lives.
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