Pictures Of Connie Ferguson’s Mother Who Looks Just Like Her Emerge, Social Media In Awe
South African actress and film producer Connie Ferguson is today remembering her mother who passed away 9 years ago on this very day.
Taking to Instagram, Connie Ferguson shared a picture of her mother, Margaret Masilo, in memory of her passing.
Captioning the picture, she wrote;
The QUEEN of my heart! ALWAYS!❤️❤️❤️
I can’t believe it’s 9 years already! I’ll never stop being grateful for all the love and the lessons. Love you for eternity Moms.🥰 Continue resting in peace, my angel.🙏🏾🕯🕊🤍🤍🤍
Connie Ferguson’s followers could not help but notice how the actress looks just like her mother. The resemblance between Connie Ferguson and her late mother is uncanny.
Her followers started commenting on how Connie Ferguson got her beauty from her mom and how she aged gracefully just like her.
Here are some of the reactions;
She inherited those looks from her mother though ♥️🔥
Like mother like daughter shame may her soul continue to rest in peace 💔😢😢
She’s beautiful like Connie. They look the same
They are so beautiful ❤️😙😍❤️ she looks like Connie s daughter as well 😍😍😍
Wooww!!! Connie, you look like your mother, beautiful family
Meanwhile, last year, Connie Ferguson also penned down a sweet note to her late mother on her 8th year death anniversary. The actress spoke of how difficult it is moving on 8 years later after her mother died, she also mentioned her brother who has also passed on.
“My QUEEN, my MOMS, my ANGEL. Today, 8 years ago, you departed this earth. At that moment, I just did not know how we were going to cope or survive without you, the glue that held everything together. But the goodness of the Lord has seen us through, and continues to be our strength and refuge,”
“I trust you were there to welcome your firstborn son Moses Kingdom Masilo with open arms. He has joined our army of angels, and it comforts me to know he’s reunited with you. Not a day goes by without me thinking about you. Your legacy of love is so strong and has become the glue that continues to keep everything together. I thank God for choosing you to be my mother. I am because you were. Love you, MOMMY, forever. Continue fighting and advocating for us on that side, as we draw closer to God and His word on this side. God is good all the time, and all the time God is good,” Connie Ferguson wrote.