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Former The Queen actor Vuyo Ngcukana deeply head over heels in love with Renate Stuurman

South African actor Vuyo Ngcukana said his partner must know that he really means it when he says he loves her, and it’s something he’ll always show her from time to time.

Vuyo took to Instagram on Sunday, 25 September, expressing his love for his partner, Renate Stuurman.

The actor, who has been with Renate for a while now, isn’t afraid to show affection to her.

The 39-year-old from Mathata, Eastern Cape who is best known for his role as Schumacher on The Queen, shared several clips of their happy moments on his social media page.

He wrote: “When I tell you I love you, I don’t say it out of habit. I say it to remind you that you are the best thing that has ever happened to me.

Vuyo also used different hashtags to show some love to Renate.

“#ThisIsUs, #DoYouKnowWhatTodayIs#MyUnicorn, and #NewSeason,”he wrote.

Renate also responded with lots of love emojis on his Instagram page.

Some of their industry friends and colleagues also showed support to the couple by taking to the comments section on his Instagram account to show that they’re happy for them.

TV host Pearl Modiadie said they looked so beautiful.

Ms. Lelo said she loves them both.

Actress Sivenathi Mabuya wrote: “Beautiful people.”

“You look really good together. Love blessings, Senzelwe commented.

“I’m all the better for knowing you together love, “Senzo Dhlomo added.

Vuyo is also an emcee and presenter. He also won many viewers hearts with his Mzansi Magic’s telenovela The Queen as Schumacher. He also landed his first role in television when he was cast as a villager in the series finale of the SABC1 drama series Intsikam in October 2011.

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Faith Nketsi

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