We can’t ignore the fact that we love the Fergusons. They have made a name for themselves and it’s so obvious that they all have so much love and respect for each other- now look, we’re in our feelings. Urgh.
In light of all the tension across the world because of the Coronavirus pandemic, we can be honest and say that the Fergusons, give us hope, love and light and we love to see it. So, here are five reasons why we absolutely love the Fergusons.
The couple has been together 17 years and they are still going strong. They are what the kids call, ‘#relationshipgoals.’ but it’s true. The two are each other’s best friends and cheerleaders, they still look at each other like, “Whoa!” And we’re like, “Do you want us to leave right now?
The Fergusons are one big happy and wholesome family. They continuously make sure to spend time with each other and they do so but going on vacation and having that big ol’ Sunday lunch. The couple keeps their relationship going because they push each other to be their best. They work hard and they play hard. Recently, the couple challenged each other to who could do the most ab exercises…we could never- but we’re glad they could.
Also, they all go to the gym together and push each other to keep fit and healthy. It’s a Ferguson House Party at the gym, people. It would definitely explain how all of them are fit and kicking butt.
It’s no secret that Connie Ferguson and Shona Ferguson have a production company, which has brought us some amazing televisions like The Queen and Shona admitted that working together keeps their relationship going strong. Lesedi, their oldest daughter has caught the acting bug and has worked alongside them before.
They aren’t always super serious, they have a lot of fun. Connie and her daughters are always making Tik Tok videos and having dance-offs- we’re kinda envious that we can’t come over and join in on the fun.
In other news – The role of SANDF during lockdown
The army will be deployed to support the South African Police Service to enforce the nationwide lockdown. President Cyril Ramaphhosa announced a 21-day nationwide lockdown from midnight on Thursday.
Military analyst Helmoed Heitman said the role of SANDF members could vary, depending on the assistance needed by the police. They have been talking about closing down parts of the road network, to prevent people from moving much. For instance, the army could man vehicle checkpoints. Read more