"Have I Told You Lately I Love You"

Connie Ferguson gushes over her husband

By  | Oct 29, 2020, 12:10 PM  | Connie Ferguson  | Top of The

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This year arguably belongs to Connie Ferguson and her husband Shona Ferguson. The power couple has been slaying in all things entertainment and they recently celebrated their marital bliss since they fell head over heels in love with each other.

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With all the latest divorces in celebville, coming across a couple that still has this love thing in 2020 is nothing short of inspiring. In a sweet Instagram story, Connie decided to gush over her hubby by dedicating the song "Have I Told You Lately" by singer and songwriter Rod Stewart.

Connie posted an Instagram story with Shona's picture and decided to add music to the song, just to show her bae that she still has his back. Shona responded by saying "I love you more." ahh, that is so sweet and inspiring.

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In 2001 the power couple tied the knot and they have since been together and they are going strong. The couple has one daughter together, Alicia, and Lesedi who is from Connie's previous relationship. The couple renewed their vows in a star-studded ceremony in 2011Connie and Shona have become the most renowned producers in the SA television industry.

In 2011 they launched their production company, Furgeson Films.  The company has produced multiple hit series for Mzansi Magic, which includes Rockville, iGazi, The Gift, The Throne, The Herd, The Queen, and The Imposter. The couple often acts in their own productions, for example, Connie played the role of Mavis Mabaso on Rockville and is the female lead in The Queen.

The power couple keeps on serving us with some real relationship goals. From flaunting their mansion to their car collection, the lovebirds have also had a fair share of controversy too in the industry. The TV producers have been accused of exploiting actors and firing them on their shows.

The list includes Rami Chuene, who apparently left the show after she was axed for seemingly supporting Vatiswa Ndara, who wrote a damning letter to the  SA Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa, detailing how the Fergusons were paying her way below than what she is worth.

During a live Instagram chat with Themba Ndaba, who plays Brutus, Shona when a fan asked, "Why do they keep firing people?" Shona Ferguson responded with "Who's fired?"

"This is a soap, it's a Telenovela...characters come and go, that's how soap operates. It is for the story and sometimes to introduce another story, but characters come and go. This is not something exclusive to The Queen...It happens everywhere and it happens every time," Connie responded.

Image Cred: Instagram @Connie_Ferguson

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