Minnie Dlamini Appreciates Her Queen

"I am a Queen because I was raised by Queens"

By  | Oct 13, 2020, 08:49 AM  | Minnie Dlamini  | Top of The

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Minnie Dlamini recently had a surprise baby shower and revealed the gender of her baby. In attendance was the baby's godmother Shauwn Mkhize as well as family and friends.

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We not quite sure how much of a surprise it was because Minnie visited Shauwn a few days before the party and the business mogul wrote, "Crystal moment when a baby sis @minniedlamini pop In to see her big Sis God mother duties #mammkhizeandandilehollywood #kwamamkhize," Shauwn captioned the video.

The two shared a hug and an intimate moment where Shauwn lowered her ear towards Minnie's baby bump, caressing it and asking if the baby is jovial.

"Are we kicking, are we kicking," Shauwn asked, then Minnie replied, “we are kicking, baby is big." Minnie then added that the baby is heavy, the two then burst out in laughter.

Her comments section is filled with people commenting on Minnie's pregnancy glow with some saying she looks absolutely beautiful. Others were commending the sisterly love they both share adding that is a beautiful sight to see.

Minnie's pregnancy glow is quiet evident as the presenter looks beautiful than ever and her joy is evident.

Mrs Jones also revealed the brains behind the baby shower, her mother. Crowning her the queen, she said she is grateful for her upbringing saying she herself is a queen because of the women who were apart of her upbringing.

"My mom invited all her friends to spoil me for a surprise baby shower. She honestly went all out and I can’t be more grateful for the tribe of women that raised me and continue to love and guide me through all my stages of womanhood. I am a Queen because I was raised by Queens and of course the ultimate QUEEN HERSELF "

Minnie shared a post which gave a deeper meaning behind her maternity shoot revealing that she gave a way the baby's gender but in a subliminal way.

"In the attempt to pay respect to my culture, I did some research on how a Zulu pregnant woman looked like back in the day. Our culture is so rich with amazing clothing, patterns, colors and designs, all of which have symbolic meaning. For example the hat a woman wears symbolizes that she is a married woman," she wrote. "The patterns on a maternity apron determine many things, among which is the sex of the baby," she winked.

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