Mzansi men are wondering if the beautiful Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo got married today. The speculation comes after Shudufhadzo posted her pictures in a gorgeous African outfit with the caption, ‘A dream came true today’.
The first question on the post is if she got married. The person who commented seem hurts and we think every man knows why the man is hurt. Others are not sure if she really got married or not because during her period as Miss SA she cannot get married. However, entries for Miss South Africa closed on the 27th of June.
According to Miss South Africa requirements,
“Miss South Africa titleholders are also required to remain unmarried throughout their reign. It is accepted that while an applicant may be in a committed relationship or engaged, they must adhere to the rule of not getting married during the Miss South Africa pre-competition process or during year of reign.”
Many of Shudufhadzo’s fans are so happy for her despite not knowing what really happened today. Who would not want an ambitious and intelligent woman like the current Miss South Africa. In April she took to Twitter to let her fans know that one day she would love to be the president. This tweet received lots of encouragement and support.
Abigail is an advocate for mental health awareness and empowering children and women. Talking about beauty with brains, she holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from the University of Pretoria. Shudu’s confidence is a cherry on top which really impresses many.
We are all happy for our beautiful queen and hope for the best in her life even after she hands over the crown to someone else soon.
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