South Africa: Scandal!'s Hungani Ndlovu and Stephanie Drop Hints About Getting Married

26 February 2020

Local actors Hungani Ndlovu and Stephanie Sandows, who play Romeo and Ingrid in Scandal! hint at being married.

Taking to social media on Sunday, the lovebirds both posted a picture of a grey-suited man's hand putting a ring on the hand of a woman who's wearing a white wedding dress.

"Forever," they both captioned the photos.

The two are yet to confirm whether they've tied the knot or not, but that didn't stop their followers from congratulating them.

Speaking to Move! in 2017 about his relationship with Stephanie, Hungani revealed how he had found love in the arms of his co-star when Hungani auditioned in December 2015. Hungani had allegedly been in an abusive relationship for 18 months while living in the United States a few years before.

"When I got the role, I remember during lunch I sat at her table. We got comfortable with each other and three months later I told her how I feel," he told us.

In a recent interview with popular YouTube channel Defining, the couple spoke about their relationship and revealed how they felt about their four-year age gap.

"Stephanie being older than me by four years didn't bother me. It didn't bother me at all. Full stop," Hungani said.

"It didn't bother me as much," Stephanie added.

"When we met, I used to worry so much about what people think. It wasn't so much that it bothered me, but I know that it bothered some people, especially family members. So I think that now I've grown, in the sense that I'm very less about what people think and it's fine," she said.

Source: Drum

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