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READ South African TV Presenter, Nandi Madida’s Sweet 1st Birthday Message To Her Daughter

South African media personality Nandi Madida is many things: a style icon, TV presenter and singer but most importantly she’s a mother to two beautiful children.

Nandi’s little daughter, Queen Nefertiti Madida, recently turned one, and the proud mama’s message to her little angel is the sweetest thing.

Taking to Instagram to wish her only daughter a happy birthday, Nandi posted multiple videos of some of the cutest moments they’ve shared together – from little Nefertiti imitating her mother’s facial expressions to her laughing after being asked if she’s pooping.

Nandi captioned the post: “Happy bday to my sweet little Queen Nefertiti! Can’t believe you’re 1 years old! I have so much to write about because even your birth was unconventional (I’ll share that story one day). Mommy and daddy love you so much! Love you my fellow Piscean! You and your brother are the greatest gifts in my life. Mommy will do her best to ensure you have someone to lean on as a female. Here’s to a beautiful African lady turning 1 and going to conquer the world. The both videos were taken when she was 3months old![sic]”

 

Nandi and Zakes Bantwini’s first child, Shaka Madida, is two years old, and it’s safe to say that Nandi’s love for her children knows no bounds – she’s also quite the wordsmith! Here’s her post to Shaka when he turned one in 2017.

She wrote: “I am so emotional today. It has been such an honour being your mother. You’re a happy baby that walks everywhere and I’m in awe at the fact that I am a mom to an amazing 1 year old! I can’t say much except for Thank you! Thank you for being you, may you continue to be you. Love you, God bless you! Mommy loves you forever. Thank you @Zakesbantwini for our gift.”

 

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