Over the weekend, Annie Ludick got married to her man Kgolo Mthembu. It was a beautiful ceremony and Annie shared the details on Instagram with her followers. The wedding was star-studded with a number of celebrity guests in attendance.
Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) star Annie Ludick has finally gotten married to the love of her life, Kgolo Mthembu. Annie took to social media to share pictures of her beautiful day and social media users rejoiced at her union. Briefly News compiled a few photos from the day.
It's a tradition for many South African tributes to give their bride a name to welcome her into the family. Annie was given the name "Nompumelelo" and this directly translates to success. Judging by her wedding day, her union is destined for success.
Being part of RHOD before officially becoming a wife was an honour for Annie but now she can finally say that she's officially married. Congratulations to her and her hubby, Mr Mthembu.
Annie became Mrs Mthembu and is thrilled with finally getting the chance to be married to her love. Their celebration was beautiful and had lots of flowers surrounding them as they said their vows and dedicated their love to each other.
The bride only posted three pictures but with her last snap, she shared how she felt favoured by God. She captioned her last post: "God's favourites" and was looking into Kgolo's eyes. Annie feels blessed to have this wonderful moment in her life.
Briefly News previously reported that Kgomotso Ndungane is moving on and leaves the RHOD franchise.
Fans came to love Kgomotso for her quirky personality and some will be sad to see her leaving. Entertainment blogger Phil Mphela shared the news on social media.
"Kgomotso Ndungane quits #RHODurban. She says she wont return if REAL Housewives of Durban is renewed for Season 2."
Phil previously tweeted that Kgomotso will not be coming back to make an appearance in the reunion special. In a recent interview, Kgomotso revealed why she would not be returning to the reality franchise. Her die-hard fans will be disappointed but they're hoping to see her pop up in the scene in future.
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