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Lee-ann Lieben­berg

Wife I’ve al­ways been at­tracted to strong women be­cause their qual­i­ties re­mind me of my mother, and the love that I saw be­tween my par­ents when I was grow­ing up is what I as­pire to. Lee-ann has great poise and stature, she’s fiercely pas­sion­ate and sup­port­ive, her love is self­less, whether it’s for our chil­dren or for me, and she is a won­der­ful mother be­cause, like my mother, she puts her fam­ily first. Al­to­gether, Lee-ann is ab­so­lutely ev­ery­thing that I could ever want in a wife and part­ner.

Frances VAN Der WALT

Mother My mother is gen­tle and kind, but also in­de­pen­dent, with strong views. She’s not to be tri­fled with, although she’s not a bully, which is some­thing she passed down to me. And I re­ally ad­mire the re­la­tion­ship she and my fa­ther have; they’ve been mar­ried for over 50 years.

Adri­enne Lieben­berg

Mother-in-law Lee-ann’s mother is soft and car­ing, a won­der­ful grand­mother and a sec­ond mother to me, and I’m so happy to have her in my life. Ac­tu­ally, I al­ways tell LeeAnn that I mar­ried her for her mother!

gia AND gabriella VAN Der WALT

Daugh­ters My daugh­ters have a huge im­pact on my life. Gia, six, is per­fectly com­posed and ar­tic­u­late, while lit­tle Bella, three, is strong-willed and wild. They are com­plete op­po­sites and to­gether, they teach me about my­self.

OLIVE Hamil­ton rus­sell

Friend Olive is god­mother to our kids and like a sis­ter to LeeAnn and me. She’s warm, lov­ing and hos­pitable, with style, grace and elo­quence – and all while run­ning Hamil­ton Rus­sell, one of SA’S top wine brands, with her hus­band An­thony, who is also a close friend.


Nanny Linda has been with our fam­ily for over six years. She moved to Cape Town from Joburg with us, trav­els ev­ery­where with us, and is part of our fam­ily. Linda isn’t just a nanny – she’s more like a sec­ond mother to Gia and Gabriella.

quar­ius En­joy some me-time It’s the mo­ment to travel, as your soul needs in­spi­ra­tion and re­lax­ation af­ter a year of hard work. Un­til then, you’ll be at­tend­ing to the fi­nal de­tails of your job. If you’re in a re­la­tion­ship, it’s im­por­tant to ex­press your­self right now, and you’ll have the con­fi­dence to do this around 16-17 De­cem­ber. Seek­ing love? Get ready for fun flir­ta­tions – but note that if some­thing se­ri­ous de­vel­ops, it’ll be im­por­tant to give each other space. Make time to re­lax and de-stress, and watch your diet, as you’re at risk of de­vel­op­ing di­ges­tive prob­lems.

20 JAN-18 Feb

ries Build foun­da­tions As im­pul­sive as you are, it’s es­sen­tial you get re­spon­si­ble with your money right now. Get pro­fes­sional ad­vice to help sort your per­sonal fi­nances be­fore you start spend­ing on ma­te­rial ob­jects. There’s hard work ahead, but hap­pily the load will lighten and you’ll reap the re­wards by 20 De­cem­ber. In a re­la­tion­ship? Love is both bliss­ful and har­mo­nious. If you’re sin­gle, ex­pect a new ro­mance with some­one much older than you. On the health front, guard against stress and try to re­lease ten­sion.

T21 Mar-19 apr

eo Take the lead Your money is flow­ing freely at this time, and you’ll find your­self spend­ing on fun projects and par­ties, es­pe­cially be­tween 16-18 De­cem­ber. Work will present an op­por­tu­nity for you to move into a po­si­tion of au­thor­ity. Take it, as it’ll bring you amaz­ing suc­cess. Re­la­tion­ship wise, much time with your love will be spent around the com­pany of oth­ers. Sin­gle? You’ll meet some­one in­trigu­ing on­line, so sign up for a dat­ing app. Up your skin­care reg­i­men with new treat­ments and prod­ucts to help clear your com­plex­ion.

23 JUL-22 AUG

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