- Springboks and Cell C Sharks skipper Siya Kolisi's wife Rachel has taken to her Instagram page to praise her husband, specifically for his generosity
- The Grahamstown-born's post has received generous comments from her followers as they also congratulated the well-loved pair
- At the same time, some suggested that her happiness and smile tell a story that Rachel is in good hands and vice versa
Springboks captain Siya Kolisi's wife, Rachel, has provided a glimpse into the private life of her husband by taking to social media to praise the Rugby World Cup star.
In a latest Instagram post, Rachel says she wishes everyone could know how humble Siya is on a personal level, labelling the bulky rugby player as a man with a beautiful heart.
Kolisi recently completed his switch from DHL Stormers and joined Cell C Sharks in Durban, a move that has received the backing of former Springboks coach Heyneke Meyer.
Meyer's sentiments also come on the back of the Durban franchise's decision to name the Port Elizabeth-born player their skipper. Rachel Kolisi wrote on Instagram:
“I wish you all had the opportunity to know him personally. What a heart. What a man.”
The post also received a number of warm reactions from the mother of two's followers as they praised the couple for going against all odds.
“You are the people! And you went against all odds! And look at you now!! #Goals”
“The smile on your face says everything!!”
@Pelemkha said they know the 29-year-old through his wife:
“We know him through you.”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za recently reported that the bearded sportsman was making the best use of his time by giving it to different causes that have been initiated to help the less fortunate.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the rugby star shared information about the causes with his followers, encouraging them to help where they could.
In one of his recent posts, Siya shared a video of a project he is working on with Freedom of Movement, a shoe company that will help build a sports field for the Mbewkeni youth centre in the Western Cape.
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