They've been pushing this love thing for a while and doing great at it.
Nothing beats sharing a passion for what you do like sharing it with your partner. It's always great to have things in common with your partner, it all just adds to sharing a different and special kind of connection.
Lerato Mvelase and Siyabonga Radebe are just the future when it comes to relationships that are under the spotlight. They've had their fair share of ups and downs but these two have managed to appreciate the good and bad times together. When the camera lights switch off, Lerato and Siyabonga enjoy a beautiful private life with their children. Even though Lerato's eldest, Makayla is from a previous relationship she and Siyabonga have found ways to blend their families together and make it work.
Even though the couple share very hectic schedules, they always find ways to rekindle their romance even at work. The duo has worked together on several TV productions and are now working together again on Saints and Sinners.
Siyabonga has the honour of calling Proverb a brother in law, yes you read correctly, Lerato and Proverb are related. They share a mom.
The two work well together and appreciate each other's talents but sometimes that can be difficult even for professionals like them. In an Interview with MOVE magazine, Lerato admitted that they tend to fight sometimes that’s why even though they’re very professional, this has made their professional relationship stronger.
The two are mostly known for acting but they have a little more in common than just the abilities to transform into someone else. Lerato and Siya are also hosts and presenters and Lerato has recently embraced her love for music. Though Siya cannot sing as well as Lerato, he often shares goofy videos of himself singing /rapping.
We see a musical collaboration brewing between the couple. Lerato also released her debut single Izinyanya in late 2015 and continues to make more music. But apart from that, these two win our celebrity couple of the week hands down.
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