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Palesa Mocuminyane of Generations may have gone over to the dark side by becoming a bore and a nag in the soapie, but in real life she is very romantic.
As a Valentine's Day gift to her advertising executive husband Jakes tomorrow, she was planning a romantic weekend at Misty Hills Hotel, a resort just outside Joburg. But her husband had made other plans so she had to cancel hers.
"I wanted to treat him to a cozy night, with a low-key dinner. He told me to cancel my plans for a surprise Valentine's outing. I cannot wait to see what he has planned," she said.
She added that to reciprocate her husband's gesture, she will give him herself as a gift.
"Wherever we will be, I want to entertain him from the kitchen to the bedroom. I want him to enjoy me from the crown of my head to my toes. He is a good man who deserves all the good things," she said.
Mocuminyane said Valentine's is important to them, but they don't wait for February 14 to express their love.
"Everyday is Valentine's for us. It's all about emotions and how they are expressed," she said.
Mocuminyane said sometime this year they will walk down the aisle again to affirm their 10-year romance. They met on the set of Maru. They were close friends for two years before they started dating. She has a child with her husband and a teen daughter with entertainer Somizi Mhlongo.