"Iron looks like a toy": Siya Kolisi spoils Rachel ahead of Mother's Day by 'ironing' her clothes

"Iron looks like a toy": Siya Kolisi spoils Rachel ahead of Mother's Day by 'ironing' her clothes

  • Siya Kolisi shared a video of himself ironing Rachel's clothes ahead of Mother's Day to show her how much he appreciates her
  • He confessed that he wouldn't do a great job and there would still be lines on the clothes and admitted that he'd never ironed before
  • Social media users loved the video and took to the comment section to share their reactions to the cute video

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Springbok captain Siya Kolisi is a big man with a big heart. He showed his wife, Rachel, how much he appreciates her by doing something he has never done before - iron clothes.

He stood barefoot in the kitchen wearing bathrobe and attempted to iron what appeared to be a blouse or a shirt.

Siya Kolisi, Rachel Kolisi, Instagram, Video, Reactions
Rachel and Siya Kolisi are constantly setting couple goals for Mzansi. Photo credit: @SiyaKolisi, @RachelKolisi
Source: Instagram

Siya confessed that there would be 'lines' on the clothing, whether or not they should be there. Rachel thanked him for looking after her.

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He captioned the video with the following:

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"Super proud of you babe @rachelkolisi great talk with @smile904fm for Mother’s Day ! And that shirt came out fine ! first time ironing btw I need a bigger gown for my birthday ."

Social media users took to the internet to share their reactions to the heartwarming video


"This iron looks like a toy in your hand ."


"Good husband "


"This is soooo sweet...."its going to still have lines" ."


"That gown..... yazi you must just wear a duvet cover because your size is “what’s the point”


"Co gratulations. Good husband. Not only the wives job. Two became one. Well done Sir."

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Earlier, Briefly News reported that Springbok rugby captain Siya Kolisi has melted people's hearts with a video he shared on his Instagram page.

In the video, the tough rugby player is quietly playing with Barbie dolls with his daughter Keziah. She is playing with a doll at a dressing table while Siya gently brushes a doll's hair.

Social media users loved Siya's cute video with one person commenting:


"Dad of the century award right there! "

"Just holding candle": Maps & Siya Kolisi get SA laughing with adorable bromance

Actor Maps Maponyane and SA rugby captain Siya Kolisi have the social media streets buzzing after sharing a few very cosy pictures together. The duo were spotted out as Maps showed support for Kolisi's non-profit Foundation and Mzansi was left convinced there was a real bromance brewing.

Heading to his Instagram account, Maps first shared the pics of their brotherly love on the timeline. The star expressed his admiration for Kolisi and says he hoped to continue helping the SA rugby captain improve our beautiful country:

"Here's to a special night, celebrating a special organisation, supporting a special and very necessary cause...I'll always put my hand up whenever you need it, " he touchingly captioned the post.

Source: Briefly News

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