- Manaka Ranaka loves her children and took to social media to gush about her three babies
- The actress said that her children are her world and she trusts that she needs to let them do their own thing
- Social media users took to the comments section to share their own experiences with their kids
Mzansi actress Manaka Ranaka is grateful for the gift of her beautiful children. She spoke highly of her kids and if one thing is clear, it's that she would go above and beyond for her babies. Taking to social media, Manaka posted a picture of her children and captioned her post:
"My children are my world! We bring them up, nurse their wings so they can take flight. We need to trust that they will be able to handle the turbulence."
The Mzansi Magic reality show The Ranakas takes a closer look at the life of the family and how they handle life's obstacles together. Judging by the reality show, they may fight like any other family but they have each other's backs.
Mzansi social media users found Manaka's post very heartwarming and took to social media to show some love. Check out the reactions below:
"Happy Easters to you and your beautiful family."
"The challenge is with letting fly! It was easy for me to let my firstborn grow up, haaike, with my second it's a different challenge!"
"We live in such an age where going to the shop is risky. I wish they could stay babies forever, but then again who would make me tea."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Manaka Ranaka welcomed her new son and fans sent congratulations.
Manaka Ranaka has given birth to a baby boy. The Generations: The Legacy star recently took to social media to announce that she welcomed her new son on 15 December.
In an Instagram post that has amassed almost 40 000 likes. Manaka posted a photo of her new baby's tiny hand with a caption detailing his birth date. The actress' followers were delighted by the news and immediately took to the comments section to send their congratulations to the proud mama.
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