- Springbok captain Siya Kolisi hasn't given up on Rachel and is still trying to teach her to dance
- He shared a clip of her latest efforts on Instagram and wanted to know if she was ready for the streets of Durban
- Fans think that she has improved but still has a bit more to learn before she hits the streets
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has uploaded another video to his Instagram page of Rachel dancing and since the last video not much has changed.
Siya tries his best to give her direction and it seems to be going well until Rachel's old habits kick in and Siya gives up in frustration.
He captioned the video with a question asking is she is ready for the streets of Durban:
"Easter special from Mrs @rachel_kolisi ! She’s ready for the streets in 031 don’t know what you guys think ♂️"
Fans answered Siya's question in the comments section, with some people questioning the Springbok captain's shades:
"Are we gonna talk about the shades ."
"All I can say is, “any move is a dance!” "
"Eish cc just do you ...the streets of the 031 will be so drunk to notice oh man this is so cute ...shame on you boetie."
"She is better than the last dance video❤️❤️❤️❤️ we love the fact that she is trying."
The Port Elizabeth-born bulky player took to his Instagram page with his wife, Rachel, as they still adjust to their new city.
While many loved the image, captioned 'Exploring Durban tonight with Mamriristo @rachel_kolisi', some sounded hilariously jealous as they told the Rugby World Cup winner why did he not invite them.
The post has been liked more 15 000 times whilst managing to attract 75 comments from the lovely couple's fans.
In other news, the former DHL Stormers player and his wife have become South Africa’s very own version of Keeping Up with the Kardashian…without all the drama.
From poking fun at each other on Instagram to inspiring a nation, South Africans love keeping up with the Kolisis.
While it was Siya who led the country into victory in the 2019 Rugby World Cup, his missus has become a powerhouse in her own right.
Rachel is seen by many as a supportive wife and dedicated mother, but she is also a successful businesswoman who is advocating for body positivity amongst women in South Africa.
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