- Nandi Madida recently took to social media to share an adorable story about her family's nanny checking up on her
- The star wrote on Twitter about how she had been driving but then had been delayed due to an accident
- Nandi said she was touched to receive a concerned phone call from her nanny checking on her wellbeing and safety
Nandi Madida took to Twitter to declare some public appreciation for the nanny who works with her family.
The South African celeb told a story about how she had been in her car on the way home when she hit heavy traffic.
The congestion had been due to an accident and it caused Nandi to be delayed while on her way back home.
The star said that she was then touched to receive a concerned phone call from her nanny to check on her safety and wellbeing since she was late in arriving home.
Nandi expressed how grateful she was to have such a thoughtful and caring person in her life and added:
"She's the best! God bless her"
Nandi's fans and followers sent their thoughts and agreed that the kind woman really was a blessing:
@Rosinah85795078: "She really cares may God bless her too"
@LoInRealLife: "A blessing"
@NatashaNtlangw1: "They become family really"
In previous Nandi Madida-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on when the star received a personalised gift from Beyoncé and shared a picture of it with her followers.
Nandi Madida took to social media to show off a gift she received from the queen herself, Beyoncé Knowles.
The Mzansi celeb shared a picture of her gift and the little personalised note that came with it. Beyoncé thanked Nandi for being part of her production Black Is King and expressed how grateful she was for Nandi's presence.
Beyoncé's little note read:
"Thank you for your beautiful contribution to Black Is King. I'm so grateful for you. Love, Beyoncé."
Nandi posted a photo of her gift, which seemed to include a photography print, and the noted and wrote her own message of gratitude to Queen Bey to thank her for the opportunity to be in the project:
"Thank you @Beyonce and the Parkwood team for the beautiful gift, forever grateful & humbled to have been apart of such a great project and working with inspiring people. Ngiyabonga #blackisking"
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