52-year-old Connie Ferguson’s anti-aging secret revealed

52-year-old Connie Ferguson’s anti-aging secret revealed

52-year-old Connie Ferguson’s anti-aging secret revealed

South African star, Connie Ferguson has been winning big of late. The bubbly actress has fast become one of Mzansi finest for small screens. She has capped her career with priceless accolades with an illustrious career spanning decades, including the Golden Horn.

She is best known for her on-screen character on Generations; Connie Ferguson has since made a household name with Harriet Khoza’s on-screen character on The Queen.

Her unmatched flair has been rumoured to be one of the most paid actresses in Mzansi. Rumour mill has it that the seasoned actress earns around R90 000 per month.

Currently, she has been wowing Mzansi with her storyline in The Queen. After chasing Brutus away and moving in with Hector, she has become more cunning and ruthless, but Brutus seems to be her biggest fear.
However, despite her on-screen glory making headlines, her age and banging body has fast become one of her signatures. No doubt she looks way too young than her actual age. The South African based Botswana actress Constance Masilo was born on 10 June 1970 in Lobatse, Botswana.

In her wake, age Mzansi has been wondering how she keeps her youthful looks. Workouts have fast become her routine, and her Instagram feed tells it all.

She has managed to keep herself strong as a fiddle from daily skips, press-ups, and jogs. She keeps her anti-ageing secrets bare, and it’s an open book for anyone who intends to learn from her.

Her fans have often reached out to her for some weight loss classes and workout lessons, but she has kept mum on the clarion call. However, in the mix of things, she has managed to conduct several workout sessions in Mzansi and across the continent; recently, she did some in Zimbabwe.

The celebrated actress once hogged headlines when she revealed that she would consider boxing as another career path when she finally calls it quits on small screens.

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