- Connie Ferguson and her daughter Alicia have been doing some serious workouts, guided by a personal trainer
- The mother-daughter duo have been hanging out a lot lately and fans love to see them bonding together
- Ali loves working out as much as Connie does but sometimes thinks that her mom takes it a little too far
Connie Ferguson loves all forms of gyming and it seems as though it's a hobby that she shares with her youngest daughter, Alicia. Connie and Alicia recently did a really gruelling workout and shared the details on social media.
Their personal trainer shared snaps on Instagram of Connie and Alicia breaking a sweat, finding it funny that Connie has managed to drag Alicia into her "no pain, no gain" energy, and captioned his post:
"Mamzo never wants to suffer alone."
Connie reshared the picture to her stories on Instagram and captioned her post:
"Pain is sweeter when shared! Thanks, @ali.ferguson"
Alicia has been spending lots of time with her mom lately; since she's completed her matric, she's been spending lots of time with her family in general. She even made a recent appearance on her father Shona Ferguson's Instagram, where she accused him of 'breaking wind' and he was annoyed with her. It was too adorable.
It is not known yet what path Alicia has chosen to take with what she's going to do next but she's really killing it when it comes to fitness. You go girl.
Briefly News previously reported that Connie Ferguson reached three million followers on Instagram. Actress and producer Connie Ferguson is celebrating a huge milestone on social media.
Mama Connie has officially reached three million followers on Instagram and she's thankful to her fans for following her. Connie celebrated by sharing a photoshoot that she did with a local magazine. She captioned her post:
"Motho ke motho ka batho (Ubuntu saying). Ke a leboga (Thank you)."
Mrs Ferguson became famous when she starred as Karabo Moroka in the now-defunct Generations. She also came back to reprise the role in 2014 on Generations: The Legacy.
Now, she plays roles in shows made by her production company Ferguson Films, which she co-owns with her husband Shona Ferguson.
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