TV presenter Minnie Dlamini had nothing but praise for her husband Quinton Jones on the one-year anniversary of their traditional wedding…
The 28-year-old took to Instagram to tell her 2,2 million followers how much she loves being Mrs Jones.
“This time last year we had the most beautiful traditional wedding. Happy Traditional Wedding Anniversary my love. (yes I totally have two anniversaries, more gifts). I love living my life, laughing with and loving you,” she captioned a picture with Quinton.
The couple’s traditional wedding was held at Minnie’s parents’ house in Durban in July last year.
Jessica Nkosi, Basetsana Kumalo, Nandi Madida, Anele Mdoda and Unathi Msengana were some of the celebrity guests who attended the ceremony.
Minnie and Quinton held their white wedding in Cape Town two months later. The big day was recorded for a three-part documentary called, Becoming Mrs Jones.
Here’s a look at Minnie’s first year as a married woman.
Soon after Minnie and Quinton tied the knot, rumours started to swirl that they were expecting.
But the Homeground presenter was quick to shut down the rumours. “This whole love thing and getting chubby… it’s so a nnoying…the weight gain can like pause a little… the moment I started gaining weight that’s when all the pregnancy rumours started, I literally responded to someone, I was like: No I’m just fat…” she told Gareth Cliff on CliffCentral.
Minnie also revealed that TV producers want her to do a baby show when she falls pregnant. “My mother was in tears the other day saying she’s not gonna be alive to see her grandchildren, I was like: ‘excuse me, give me a second to breathe. That’s not even the best part, I’m being offered baby shows, like a baby reality show… to document my pregnancy…” she added.