- Felicia Mabuza-Suttle shared a lovely throwback on social media of herself 40 years apart looking good
- Mzansi social media users found the snaps Felicia shared impressive and some asked about her husband
- Felicia told her fans that prefers to get mature with age and doesn't take getting older as a disadvantage
Talk show veteran Felicia Mabuza-Suttle took to social media to share a lovely throwback and she looks stunning. Felicia shared a picture of herself with her husband Earl from back in the day. She then followed it up with a picture of them 40 years later.
Felicia said that she's not a stranger to age but she's doesn't let it bother her. She told her followers that she tries to mature and not age.
"Here are pictures taken 40 years apart," she tweeted.
Social media users reacted to the snaps and quite a few were shocked that Felicia's husband wasn't a white man. Judging by her hyphenated surname, it seems like a number of people assumed that her husband was not a black man.
Check out the reactions to the snaps below:
"So who's this guy where's her white husband?"
"We really need her recipe hey, relationships are showing us flames."
"I do the opposite... ageing is unavoidable, growing up is optional."
"Inspirational. This is sooo beautiful. You look gorgeous Mam Felicia. Stunning."
"Ageing like fine wine. Still have so much love for you."
Briefly News previously reported that Felicia Mabuza-Suttle shared a stunning throwback of her first magazine cover. Mzansi talk show queen Felicia Mabuza Suttle has been reminiscing about the past and spoke about her first cover for a magazine.
Felicia was featured on Drum magazine in 1972 and took to social media to share her experience. The post was prompted by a phonecall she received from a friend of hers, who is a writer. She captioned her post:
"Just received a lovely message from @bonganimadondo. He said he is with the photographer who took my first ever cover pic for @DrumMagazine in 1972. He's a photojournalist, Mike Mzileni."
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