FAIRY­TALES STILL DO EX­IST

Sunday Observer - - NEWS - (Pics: Samukelisiwe Ginindza)

the air at Mkhosi and Lungile’s cer­e­mony. Mkhosi, who is a pas­tor at True Foun­da­tion Min­istry, is from Shewula in Lubombo while Lungile a coun­selor at PSI is from Siteki.

It was destiny set in the stars for the two as they grew up in the same area, prob­a­bly passed each other along the cor­ri­dors with­out know­ing that one day they would be an item.

“I still do be­lieve in fairy­tales be­cause our love story would leave many at­test­ing to that and we hope it in­spires them to be­lieve in each other and what they share,” Lungile said.

Even their many shares of bad things they have gone through, the two still found a rea­son to smile and look for­ward to the jour­ney worth a mil­lion years to­gether as writ­ten in their his­tory.

Lungile Gamedze and Mkhosi Dlamini sealed their eight-year long love story with a wed­ding held at Lu­gogo Sun on Saturday, in an event at­tended by fam­ily and friends who came in their num­bers to wit­ness them be­gin a jour­ney of a thou­sand years to­gether.

Maid of Honor Vanessa helps the bride with her hair dur­ing the photo shoot. RIGHT - The bride watches as the groom helps her fit in her shoes.

The bride and groom with cer­e­mony. the bride’s mother, sis­ter and brother af­ter the

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