South African actress, Dawn Thandeka King is going through the most right now. Recent reports revealed that the Kwa-Zulu Natal born star has officially divorced from her husband of 15 years.
According to the entertainment gossip site, Celeb Gossip, it was stated that the Uzalo actress had a hunch about the probability of the breakdown of her marriage. But just like most couples, herself and her husband tried to explore other avenues that could salvage what was once a fiery romance – including, marriage counselling, prayer and fasting.
”I loved my ex husband, perhaps I still do. We shared a lot things together, we grew up together, we raised children together but it wasn’t meant to be. We had to go our separate ways.’
Dawn also stated that she is in no hurry to jump onto the love lane again.
From what Dawn has clearly expressed to the publication, this divorce was generally amicable as she encourages her five children to continue forming a solid bond with their father.
”I am not going to break their relationship with their father. Instead I encourage them to have strong healthy relationship. I make sure I won’t badmouth their father because that would damage them.”
Reasons for the divorce include the long distance in the marriage that was a result of Dawn’s demanding career in the Arts and lack of communication . Although the public might never know the entire and actual reality of Dawn’s marriage, this is as far as she was willing to share.
In other news – Penny Lebyane wants haters to mind their own business
There is nothing more annoying than trying to get your point across, and then being hit by grammar Nazis who come after you about your spelling – just ask sis Penny Lebyane. The TV personality was tweeting furiously about being delayed on a shoot when a troll pointed out that she had made a spelling mistake.
Sis was not impressed and took to social media to explain how unbothered she was by making spelling errors, and told haters where to get off. Lose vs Loose you know what I mean. I really don’t care hey. I type fast, the phone does what it does. I don’t lose sleep over it and my heart rate doesn’t change. I don’t think less or highly of myself because of a spelling error on Twitter. Sorry if I embarrass you,” she wrote. Read more