Kgomotso Christopher celebrates 15-year anniversary with husband

Kgomotso Christopher (Photo: Supplied)
Kgomotso Christopher (Photo: Supplied)

Cape Town - Award-winning Scandal! actress Kgomotso Christopher and her husband Calvin Christopher have been happily married for a whopping 15 years and they couldn’t be happier.

The couple recently went on a baecation to Spain earlier this year where they also celebrated a friend’s 40th birthday and got to party with DJ Black coffee in Ibiza.

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Kgomotso recently took to social media and posted a heartfelt message and video for her hubby Calvin.

"15 Years on...I still choose "UK'hamba Nawe Bhuti"...our wedding song played by sheer coincidence in that moment, at my birthday soiree! [sic]," she wrote.

"If life were a song, a dance, I would consistently choose you as my dance stumble through the steps (given that I have two left feet...well, so do you), to falter, to get up and dance the dance of life."

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"As My MK @lusandambane says...ladies and gentlemen 'Mr & Mrs Christopher' #15YearsToday"

The couple met as students at the University of Cape Town, where American-born Calvin was an exchange student from Princeton University. They’ve been inseparable since then and he is her greatest supporter.

In a recent interview with DRUM Kgomotso explained: "On my first lead role we had to go for pole-dancing lessons and the person who helped me rehearse was my husband."

She’s not fazed by her long-distance marriage, the Thembisa-born actress says. "We travel a lot. He was in the States and he’s lived in Asia. This is the kind of relationship I wanted to have – one where I get to explore the world with my family."

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