Latest: Rosette Ncwana Reveals About Her Failed Marriage
Popular fashion model and Young, Famous & African celebrity, Rosette Ncwana, recently opened up about her broken marriage and her divorce struggle.
Rosette is well-known for her appearances in numerous television ads. She was also a suitcase model for M-Net’s game program Deal or No Deal Seasons 1 and 2, and she just appeared on Netflix’s Young, Famous, and African.
She told Maphepha Ndaba that she had been battling her estranged spouse for five years to get him to sign divorce papers.
After a source told the blog that she is refusing to sign the documents, the model spilt the beans.
“Bathong hle!! Let me set this record straight. I’m not refusing to sign any papers!! I’ve been up and down with my lawyers trying to get that signature from husband.
“He’s the one delaying and making excuses. Been ready to sign the divorce papers since we separated 6yrs ago! Maybe he needs to tell us why he won’t divorce me ,” she told the social media blog.
Rosette and businessman Lunga Ncwana tied the not in a lavish wedding ceremony in Cape Town, after having their traditional wedding in Thembisa back in 2015.
The pair reportedly met through mutual friends at a restaurant in Cape Town and were later set up on a date.
Their wedding planner, Christina Holt, told TimesLive at the time that most of the details for the wedding were hand-crafted.
“Rosette’s love of pastel shades, soft tones, and hues of gold needed to reflect in all elements. Most of the details were hand-crafted, including the exclusive gifts, unique luxurious stationery, and personalised napkins, while the custom-made lounge furniture and unique lighting features were also designed especially for the day,” she said.
Rosette told the publication that she thought Lunga would propose during one of their Seychelles and London holidays. She said she was disappointed when he didn’t. Lunga only proposed in May 2014.
“It was only when we were back in our Joburg home on 4 May, me in my sloppy pyjamas, that he casually said, ‘Baby you can wear your ring now’, and he had that cute smile on his face. I was genuinely surprised.”