- Siya Kolisi shared an adorable snap of his two kids passed out together on the same bed
- The two obviously had a very busy day and passed out from exhaustion, Siya took the opportunity to make some memories
- His fans took to the comments sections of the Instagram post to share their reactions to the adorable pictures
After giving it plenty for the whole day kids tend to crash and the Kolisi kids are no different. Siya Kolisi, Springbok captain, posted snaps to Instagram of his daughter Keziah and son Nicholas passed out after a busy day.
The snaps are adorable and show that the two kids are just that, normal little children who give it 100% the whole day then pass out from exhaustion.
He captioned the post with the following:
"The situation right now at the Kolisi’s ❤️."
The post of quite a lot of attention; getting over 20 000 likes at the time of writing, here are some of the comments:
"That's so awesome ❤️ sibling love."
"These are the cutest kids with the coolest parents ✅."
"She is absolutely adorable . They will be thick as thieves growing up. My two are just the same ❤️."
" Enjoy, my kids are exactly the same... Too cute."
"Ah so sweet... Brother sister love... ."
Rachel and her Springbok husband, Siya, have four kids. They are raising their two biological children and have adopted Siya's brother and sister after his mom passed away.
The stunning fitness guru decided to share Nick's request with her followers and she captioned the post:
"Any other Moms relate? This was at 6am and after I had 2 hours' sleep because Kez was up all night."
In other news, Siya Kolisi has melted our hearts with another gorgeous pic of his daughter, Kezia. She is wearing sunglasses upside down and holding her Minnie Mouse doll upside down as well.
He is wearing a Stormer's rugby shirt and a pair of stylish Oakley sunglasses and a huge smile on his face.
He captioned the picture saying how cool they are:
"Sinomaya sana and lo uexpensive usuka kwiAircon ! Fake izaza laphelela hope you all have a great day"
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