Dawn Thandeka King: Uzalo’s MaNgcobo Rumored To Be Pregnant?
Uzalo star actress, Dawn Thandeka King has sparked pregnancy rumors with her latest pictures which have flooded social media.
Dawn Thandeka King, who plays MaNgcobo on Mzansi hit daily drama series left many in disbelief after her Instagram post. MaNgcobo shared a picture with her lover but what stirred debate was her baby bump.
Fans weighed in the comment section suggesting that the star actress was pregnant. Dawn Thandeka King baby bump speculation comes in the backdrop of Generations: The Legacy Lucy’s pregnancy which was also confirmed by the media after viral pictures.
Dawn Thandeka King: Uzalo’s MaNgcobo Pregnant?
In the wake of these lockdown levels, a number of actors have announced or confirmed their pregnancy vias social media. Celebrities like Minnie Dlamini Jones, Simz Ngema, and Manaka Ranaka pregnancies were known by the public in a similar fashion.
Dawn Thandeka has always kept his private life for herself but in recent months the star actress has opened up about her love life. During Uzalo’s actress, Baby Cele’s membeso Dawn showed up with his boyfriend Mlungusi.
If it happens to be true as it seems to be the star actress will be expecting her sixth child. The 41-year-old award-winning actress is yet to respond to the rumors. Dawn Thandeka confirmed to Daily Sun that she was indeed I a relationship.
Yes, we’re in a loving relationship and he makes me happy. For now, we’re still enjoying our privacy and each other’s company.”
The star actress’s new relationship comes in the backdrop of a 15 years marriage with businessman Jabulani Msomi. Dawn Thandeka King in an interview with the Drum admitted that his divorce ripped her apart and triggered depression because things were falling apart more than she can take.
When I think about it now I can see the signs were there but I overlooked them. But suddenly there was a lack of communication or miscommunication between us. I felt avoided whenever I was home. This triggered my depression and I was subsequently hospitalized,”