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Baby Cele speaks out about her divorce

Baby Cele speaks out about her divorce

Baby Cele speaks out about her divorce.Baby Cele recently spoke openly about her divorce from Thabo Maloka, which took place two years ago. During an interview on Engineer Your Life, Baby candidly shared that while she was happy in her marriage, she received signs from her ancestors as a sangoma that showed her and Thabo would be better off separated.

Baby Cele speaks out about her divorce

Unlike her previous two divorces, this one was not caused by conflicts or infidelity. Baby expressed that she has learned to understand that if a marriage is no longer working, it is better to end it.

When it comes to falling out of love, it is just as natural as finding love. However, many celebrities opt to keep their personal lives private.

This is evident in the recent divorce between Amanda du-Pont and Shawn Rodrigues, which was not made public, and the separation between Mpho Maboi and Reneilwe Letsholonyane, which was only confirmed after Mpho addressed the rumors on social media.

Baby Cele speaks out about her divorce

Mpho mentioned that she has heard all the insults and criticism related to her divorce and is no longer affected by them.

Overall, Baby’s journey through divorce has taught her to not be afraid to let go of a marriage that is no longer working. She has come to the realization that divorce is a natural part of life and it doesn’t have to be a source of pain and hurt.

Baby Cele, born on March 22, 1972, is a renowned South African actress known for her role as Gabisile on the popular soap opera Uzalo. She has been in the entertainment industry for many years and has appeared in numerous TV series and shows, earning recognition for her performances.

Cele started her acting career at a young age and was cast in the musical Sarafina at the age of 16. She has since then become a veteran actress with many accolades to her name, including her role as Katlego Rathebe on the TV soap opera Backstage, Thandeka in Home Affairs, Portia Nkosi in My Perfect Family, Slindlile Dludlu in Inkaba, and Gasta Cele in Zabalaza. She has also performed on Broadway and was a cast member of the mini-series Shreds & Dreams. In 2016, she appeared as Colonel Sibongile “Bongi” Nene in Isidingo.

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Baby Cele has been married twice and has two children, Yolisa and Thando Cele. Despite her past experiences, she remains optimistic about love and continues to search for the perfect person to share her life with.

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