A few days ago Ayanda shared a heart-wrenching post as she sat on her husband (Sfiso Ncwane's) tomb reminiscing about the wonderful memories they shared and how much she still misses him.
In an interview with Drum Magazine, the mother of two shared how she's realized that she is not the only one that deeply misses her husband and that speaking about him with fans helps her deal with the loss and by doing so it also helps her provide support to other women who have lost their husbands.
Ayanda told the publication that there isn't a set way of dealing with the pain of being a widow but that time heals the pain.
Ayanda has shown support to other young widows who have lost their husband's one of them being Simphiwe Ngema.
Ayanda revealed that she visited Simphiwe a few days after Dumi's passing and wished people could understand the overwhelming pain of losing a life partner.
"As I sat listening to people comforting and advising her, I wished they could know nothing made sense to her at that stage. Nothing can prepare you for the journey that lies ahead."
Ayanda also revealed that she has no plans on marrying again, what was also interesting about the interview is that Ayanda and S'fiso were planning on having their third child, a daughter preferably.
"We'd had been trying for a baby. He wanted a daughter who looked like me. I wish he'd kept his semen stored in a lab or something. It would have been my wish to give him the daughter he wanted."
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