Ntombi Mzolo gushes over her daughter who was crowned 1st princess for Miss Teen Regional Gauteng

01 June 2023 - 11:39
By Constance Gaanakgomo
Ntombi Mzolo's daughter Nomvelo was recently crowned 1st princess
Image: Instagram/Ntombi Mzolo Ntombi Mzolo's daughter Nomvelo was recently crowned 1st princess

Media personality Ntombi Mzolo is a proud mama after her daughter Nomvelo Mzolo was crowned first princess at the Miss Teen Regional Gauteng recently. 

She took to her Instagram timeline on Wednesday and shared a clip of her daughter walking the runway and she couldn't help but gush on over her daughter's strength. 

“My heart is so full my Queen. I have no doubt in my mind, heart and soul that you’re destined for greatness. You’ve proved time and time again that nothing is impossible. At some point you broke down backstage because you missed your sister and wished she was there, and I thought you wouldn’t be able to continue but you went back on that runway 10X better.”

Ntombi has been by her daughter's side since day one of her participating in the world of pageantry.

“I thank God for your strength and passion for life. May the good Lord continue to protect and bless you. I love you so much my sweet pumpkin. Thanks a million to everyone that support our Princess. God bless you,” she captioned her post

The media personality opened up in April about how her daughter was accused of getting support because of who her family is. 

“I wish people could start giving Nomvelo credit for the work she is putting in and stop acting like she's getting votes because of her family. We are campaigning, literally dm (ing) people asking for votes and running charity and fundraising events/campaigns every day, while you and your children sleep and do nothing. Then you have the gall to go on social media and complain about the support Nomvelo is getting. Start by congratulating her for her hard work and the difference she's making in her community. She was number four at some point and you didn't complain. Stop teaching your children to hate my child for nothing. If anything, they should be inspired by her strength. This gorgeous queen has lost two siblings but remains positive, kind, loving and helpful.”

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