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The Queen’s Dineo Moeketsi and her real-life fairytale romance

Dineo Moeketsi

Her character Kea on The Queen may struggle when it comes to her love life, but Dineo’s got a real-life long-term love worth coveting. You might have seen Dineo Moeketsi’s character Kea on The Queen struggling when it comes to her love life.

Dineo Moeketsi and Solo

Since the show first aired on Mzansi Magic a few years ago, we’ve seen Kea splitting up from her husband just a short while after they got married. Although that was quite a painful breakup, Kea gave love another chance a few times, and, just when she thought she had found her happily ever after with Tebogo, she soon discovered that he was a liar and an abuser. Their fairytale was short-lived, and viewers wondered if she’d ever find “the one”.

Solo and Dineo Moeketsi

While her on-screen character has bad luck when it comes to matters of the heart, in real life, Dineo is winning when it comes to this love thing. The actress, who also has an amazing singing voice, started the year on a good note. The actress and TV presenter celebrated seven years with her partner, Solo, who’s a local rapper.

Dineo Moeketsi

“I never made it a prerequisite that my partner must be in the industry. When I met him he was an accountant. I only learnt later that he was in the industry,” she explained during an interview on Metro FM three years ago.

Dineo Moeketsi

When they met, they probably had no idea that they’d be where they are today – seven years later, and still going strong. To celebrate their Wedding, the couple jetted off to an island and had the time of their lives.

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