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VIP wine tasting, clubbing and more – Inside Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's SA trip

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Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are celebrating their seven year anniversary.
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are celebrating their seven year anniversary.
Edward Berthelot / Contributor

Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade and their daughter, Kaavia, loved their vacation in South Africa.

Union announced that her Flawless by Gabrielle Union haircare line would be launching at Clicks from one of their stores in Johannesburg earlier this week and has since been enjoying some downtime around the country.

READ MORE | Gabrielle Union is in South Africa – in Clicks!

The actor shared a video on Instagram, set to Beyoncé's track Cuff It, in which she and South African actor Pearl Thusi are doing the #cuffitchallenge in a busy club.

"Can you count how many times we did this challenge?" she asked in the caption.

WATCH THE CLIP HERE:

After a few days in Jozi, Union and her family travelled to Cape Town. They were treated to a VIP two-course meal with a 2018 Merlot from Deau Donna and Beyerskloof's Kriekbult Pinotage at Topiary Wine Estate in Franschhoek, a source revealed to News24.

"They loved the Pinotage and thought it was a beautiful wine. They also enjoyed the music; Gabrielle loves dancing and is a very good dancer. She's incredibly friendly, a genuine lekker person."

Union and Wade also celebrated Kaavia's 4th birthday in SA on Monday, with the Bring It On actor sharing a video montage of their trip – which also saw the family visit Ghana, Zanzibar, and Namibia.

WATCH THE CLIP HERE:

"Watching you turn 4 years old in South Africa after travelling through 3 other countries throughout Africa has been one of the biggest blessings of our lives," Union wrote in the caption.


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