After being separated for four years, Thandiwe and Mfanafuthi did not let their past deter them from getting married.
Relationships can prove to be one difficult thing to master, especially when you're faced with a lot of challenges but Thandiwe and Mfanafuthi were determined to make this love thing work and after a long separation the two managed to get married in beautiful wedding aired on OPW.
Everything went smoothly with the Ngobese's wedding we especially enjoyed the part where they showed off their traditional attire.
Thandiwe looked absolutely gorgeous, like a true African queen when she went to fit her attire.
However, when it came to the actual wedding we realised that Thandiwe did not wear the first attire she went on to fit...hmm we wonder what made her change her mind.
Mfanafuthi's attire was also not that bad but the shirt would've looked better if he buttoned it up a bit.
And by the looks of things some of you were not to impressed with his shirt.
We usually don't focus too much on the cake part of the show but this week we just could not ignore the lady who baked the couple's cake, it wasn't the cake that caught our attention but the bakers teeth
Gosh, that gold tooth was disturbing, glad to see we were not the only ones who were taken aback by the tooth.
It was rather cute how Mfanafuthi didn't want his kids to see them kiss, however, things change for the better when the couple kissed for the second time although we think they took it a little bit too far with the mouth to mouth exchange of the cake, the couple ended up gobbling each other up rather than kissing.
Even the woman in the background couldn't believe what she just witnessed.
Our most favourite part of this episode was when Thandiwe's grandma was crying after seeing her granddaughter dressed in her wedding gown, the moment was so beautiful gogo even made Jessica Nkosi cry.
Oh and props to the camera guy for getting a shot of these.. errmm....very...beautiful feet...thanks for the trauma camera guy.
Last but not least how cute were their his and hers T-shirts they wore before they wedding?
Thandiwe's was written 'I stole his surname, Ngobese' and Mfanafuthi's T-shirt was written 'I stole her heart'.