- Sphelele Makhunga and her star footballer hubby Itumeleng Khune threw an amazing birthday party for their eldest daughter, who just turned two
- Amogelang Zenande's birthday party had a Candyland theme and her parents did not skimp on any details
- Pictures of the delicious food, gorgeous decor and matching clothes worn by the Khunes were shared on Instagram by Sphelele
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Itumeleng Khune and his stunning wife Sphelele Makhunga celebrated their eldest daughter's second birthday. Amogelang Zenande's Candyland themed birthday was something out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Sphelele gave social media users a glimpse into the amazing decor and tons of sweet snacks that filled up the venue, from jumping castles and ball pits to a mini candy store and food items with labels reading 'Amo's Candyland'.
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Sphelele shared a few posts on Instagram of the beautiful birthday party the couple had in celebration of their adorable kid. It really was a Candyland dream!
Sphelele shares sneak peeks of the Candyland birthday
The decor from Amogelang's birthday was to die for!
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Netizens were treated to a few family pics:
"My people, I love you guys."
"Beautiful family indeed."
The food at the party looked mouthwatering:
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In more Khune related news, Briefly News previously reported that South Africans felt the love on 14 February as Valentine’s Day spoils flooded social media feeds and timelines. Sharing a lovey-dovey moment was Itumeleng Khune's wife, Sphelele Makhunga.
The Instagram post featured beautiful photos of the two enjoying a red and white-themed outdoor picnic together.
“Enjoy every minute you get with your loved ones,” Sphelele captioned the post shared a few days before the big day.
Valentine’s Day is marked as a celebration of love where couples openly and publicly express their love for one another. Saffas look forward to seeing loud displays of affection such as huge bouquets of flowers, romantic set-ups and special dinners and the Khunes didn’t disappoint.
Source: Briefly News