Recently married actress and TV personality, Minnie Dlamini, has finally opened up about her wedding day, including both her traditional wedding ceremony in July and her white wedding ceremony in September. She also revealed some exciting news about the much anticipated documentary series, Becoming Mrs Jones.
Naturally, she looked divine in both magnificent wedding gowns designed by local designer Gert Johan Coetzee. According to Channel24, the starlet had the following to say about her traditional ceremony: “It exceeded all expectations. I’ve never felt so much love in one place in my parents’ home where I grew up. I’ve never seen my parents house as beautiful as the love it exuded.”
Imagine planning two weddings on this scale. Even for Minnie Dlamini, it was a lot although entirely worth it. The newlywed says: “There is nothing more stressful than planning a wedding. I don’t recommend it. But everything turned out as beautiful as I wanted and dreamed.”
The second wedding was equally glorious with Swarovski laser cut leaves imported from Austria for this wedding gown: “My whole dress was encrusted in the crystals. I gave Gert the brief to look like a fairy tale princess, as it has always been my dream to look like a Disney princess. He knocked it out the park.”
Apparently, Becoming Mrs Jones is a deeply personal thing for her: “Becoming Mrs Jones is the most in-depth personal piece of work I’ve produced. If you want to get to know me and the person I am, that’s the show to watch.”
Here’s a teaser of the wedding documentary special that starts on 13 October:
We can’t wait to watch Minnie and Quinton Jones’ big day. While Minnie compares the documentary to “standing in front of a crowd naked” she also says: “It is a beautiful piece of work. I am extremely proud of it.”
We just know it will be out-of-this-word beautiful.