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Demi-Leigh and Tim Tebow need your help choosing a wedding hashtag

Former Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters and her American fiancé Tim Tebow are busy with the final preparations for their wedding. The couple’s wedding is reportedly just around the corner, with Demi-Leigh already hosting her US and SA bachelorettes. All the planning for their big day is almost complete but there is just one thing that they need they need to figure out – their wedding hashtag.

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters

“Hey fam, @demileighnp and I need your help! We’re trying to come up with our wedding hashtag, and as you can see it’s kind of a struggle right now. Y’all have any ideas?” Tim wrote on Instagram. The former NFL quarterback shared a video with his future bride discussing their hashtag. They had zero ideas on their list.

Some of Tim’s 1,8 million followers suggested #GodsDesign and #TieTheBow
Other fun suggestions included #itsabouttebowtime, #ToHaveAndTebowed, #DemiCaughtTheBow and #wetiedtheTeBOW.

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters

Our personal favourite is #DemTebows. Tim proposed to Demi-Leigh with a 7,25-carat solitaire ring in January.

The couple is yet to reveal whether they will tie the knot in South Africa or America. They could even have two weddings!

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters's husband

Demi-Leigh, who met Tim during her reign as Miss Universe 2017, said that she could not wait to spent the rest of her life with the professional athlete. Any dreams I’ve ever had, you’ve exceeded them all! I love you and I can’t wait to spend forever with you!” she wrote on Instagram.

In other news – Record label was never there for Thami Shobede #ThamiShobedeMemorial

I’m happy everybody is here. Those were singer Thami Shobede’s last words to close friend Themba Humana on Monday – just two days before he died last week.

Thami Shobede

Humana said Shobede was in high spirits and gave them hope that he will fully recover on the day before he slipped into a coma. He said on Sunday, Shobede had asked for him to buy him lilies and he did. “He gave us hope that he will be fine. We brought him the flowers on Monday,” Humana recalled. Read more

Source: ALL4Women

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