Young Woman Reunites With Nanny That Raised Her, TikTok Video Warms Mzansi’s Heart: “That Is Your Bonus Mom”

Young Woman Reunites With Nanny That Raised Her, TikTok Video Warms Mzansi’s Heart: “That Is Your Bonus Mom”

  • A young woman reunited with the woman who used to be her nanny and shared the surprise on TikTok
  • The video showed how much love they still have for each other even though they haven't seen each other for years
  • The heartwarming clip touched thousands of people, and they demanded a part two of the epic reunion

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A young woman reunited with her nanny that raised her
A young woman reunited with her nanny and the video went viral. Image: @howzit_mense
Source: TikTok

One woman pulled a memorable surprise for her childhood nanny, that she had not seen in years. She recorded the reunion and posted the clip on social media.

"Flew back home after three years for summer break and surprised my longtime nanny who has raised me from birth till I was 17 years old."

Video of overjoyed nanny goes viral on TikTok

The young lady @howzit_mense and her nanny got people on TikTok in their feelings, and the video reached more than 640 000 views. Hundreds of people spoke about the important role that nannies play in shaping children's lives.

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Some said it was evident that the family treated the nanny with respect, and one TikTok user wrote:

"I wish other people could learn how to treat nannies. This is beautiful."

Watch the video below:

Mzansi moved by the love between woman and her childhood nanny

@veezee76 said:

"They leave their kids at home and yet raise our kids as theirs. This is proof, you can tell she truly loves her. Respect to nannies."

@Madabane posted:

"I swear I'm not crying there's something in my eye."

@MrFaceless added:

"I wish other people can learn how to treat nannies. This is beautiful."

@KagisoCandice shared:

"My mom raised twins. Since I was in primary school and now I'm working. Still with the same family. She loves them so much."

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@Musa_M commented:

"Males don't cry and I am not. There's something in my eye."

@SB wrote:

"That is your bonus mom."

@user3563076009056 posted:

"This is so touching, thank you aunty for raising this young lady. We are proud of you."

@user5792805516133 said:

"When they say what you plant is what you reap. She planted love and she got the benefit. Unforgettable moments.❤️"

@user6288932040301:

"Gosh! I am in tears! Goosebumps and love for you both. Thank you for sharing."

"After 14 years of service": Mum and her children cry at airport as their nanny leaves, video goes viral

In another article, Briefly News reported that a family has been left deeply heartbroken after their long-serving nanny signed out of their house.

An emotional TikTok video showed the nanny leaving, and she was accompanied to the airport by the family.

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Hilary Sekgota (Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content) Hilary Sekgota is the Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content at Briefly News. She completed a BA in Communication Science from Unisa in 2018 and a Diploma in Journalism from Varsity College in 2010. She also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Hilary joined the Briefly News team in 2022 and started her journalism career at Tshwane Sun. She has 12 years of experience covering current affairs and human interest topics. Email: hilary.sekgota@briefly.co.za