Sophie Lichaba Posts Sweet Message On Daughter's 6th Birthday

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By  | Jul 27, 2020, 08:57 AM  | Sophie Lichaba  | Top of The

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Sophie Lichaba who is famous for playing the role of Queen Moroka in Generations for many years is one of the most recognised actresses in the country and beyond. Lichaba recently celebrated her daughter's 6th birthday. The actress posted adorable pictures with her beautiful daughter on Instagram.

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The pair look very happy and relaxed at home. The actress is clearly enjoying quality time with her family. Lichaba left a sweet message on the post as she wrote

"Happy Birthday to my gorgeous daughter . Yay you've turned 6 , my "princess zazara" Ama. Your little tooth is back this year. Last year this time it was tooth fairy conversations this year its why cant I have a party and why homeschooling. May God protect you especially during this trying time for us all. Covid is real and protecting you is no1 priority. Make no mistake We will still eat all the cake n popcorn n milkshake. That smile melts my heart"

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The former Generations actress has had to go through tough times lately after pictures of her showing that she had lost excessive weight started doing the rounds. The dramatic weight loss of the actress left many of her fans shocked as she looked like a totally different person, this even saw Lichaba's name trending on social media. Her appearance also attracted negative comments from the public and sparking nasty rumours about the actress.

Sophie did not take the negative comments lying down as she came out to say she had health complications and was diagnosed with diabetes hence the weight loss.  This did not however stop her from getting back to acting as she recently graced our screens as the complicated Palesa who is a prison nurse in the addictive prison drama, lockdown and her performance on the show saw her receive praise from the viewers.  

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