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Fourth time lucky?: Sophie Ndaba opens up about getting married again

Renowned actress Sophie Ndaba recently opened up about her enduring belief in marriage, despite facing three divorces. With a remarkable career spanning several years, Ndaba has garnered widespread acclaim as a beloved figure on screen.

Her journey hasn’t been without challenges, as health issues have posed significant obstacles to her illustrious career over the years. Nonetheless, she has shown remarkable resilience, bouncing back with remarkable strength.

Sophie Ndaba, renowned for her portrayal of Queen Moroka on ‘Generations,’ has captivated audiences with her unparalleled talent over the years. Yet, despite her fame, her personal life has often been a subject of intense scrutiny, particularly her romantic relationships.

Having experienced three failed marriages, Ndaba’s love life has frequently made headlines for all the wrong reasons. However, despite the tribulations of her past relationships, she remains optimistic about finding love again. Expressing her sentiments, Ndaba remarked, “I would definitely get married again if I meet the right person. Love is a beautiful thing. I love the feeling of being in love.”

Acknowledging her past hurts, she emphasized her commitment to remaining open to love, refusing to let past experiences tarnish her outlook on relationships.

Sophie Ndaba’s marital history includes three marriages that have played out in the public eye, drawing considerable attention.

Her first marriage to Themba Ndaba lasted from 1998 to 2007, during which they welcomed two children, Rudo and Lwandle Ndaba.

Subsequently, Ndaba entered into a union with Bishop Keith Harrington in 2011, which ended in 2013. Despite the dissolution of their marriage, Bishop Keith Harrington emphasized that their relationship was never a mistake.

In 2017, Ndaba tied the knot with Max Lichaba in Italy, but their marriage came to an end in 2021.

Despite the challenges she has faced in her personal life, Sophie Ndaba continues to captivate audiences with her talent and resilience, embodying strength and grace in the face of adversity.

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