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See Romantic Pix Of South African Celebs Connie And Shona Ferguson As They Serve Us Couple Goals

Connie & Shona Ferguson are obviously one of South Africa’s most popular couples and over time, they have solidified themselves as one of the countries most inspiring couples.

Not only are they partners in love but they also run Ferguson Productions together and they are responsible for some of the countries most loved shows including The Queen and The Throne.

During their romance, the pair have had some cute social media moments that made us swoon and believe in love. Take a look at some of the memorable moments below:

A couple of weeks ago, Shona shared a steamy picture of him and his wife and the chemistry is on another level. Take a look at the picture below:

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In 2018, the stars celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary after being married two months after meeting. On their anniversary, they both took to Instagram to send each other sweet messages.

A couple of months ago, Connie shared how heartbroken she was after watching her husband break down on TV even though she knew that it was him merely acting out a character’s feelings.

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“Watching Shona Ferguson cry like that on #TheQueenMzansi ripped my heart 2 shreds! Funny how he’s the one consoling me now telling me “baby it’s just acting” like I don’t know!. Now I’m crying & laughing at the same damn time! Bravo Mr. Sho,” she wrote.

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