Connie Ferguson is spending her first wedding anniversary without her husband, Shona Ferguson. The couple would have celebrated 20 years of marriage this week.
Shona passed away in July at the age of 47. He died from COVID-19-related complications.
Connie took to Instagram on Tuesday to remember the day they walked down the aisle. “This day 20 years ago. Four months without you Sho. Today I’m not okay….” she wrote.
Connie’s followers flooded the comments section with heart emojis.
“Sending you love and light Ous Connie, can’t be easy. We love you so much,” one person wrote.
How Connie has spent the past four months without Shona
Shona’s death has been hard on the Ferguson family, but Connie and her children continue to keep his legacy alive.
‘The Queen’ actress has continued their #CarpetSunday sessions and #SHOfedefriday.
Connie returned to work in September with the full support of her team. The Ferguson Films crew shared a special moment in October when Shona won ‘Best Lead in a Drama Series’ at the Hollywood and African Prestigious Awards.
He won the award for his performance in ‘Kings of Jo’Burg‘. The hit Netflix show also took home the ‘Outstanding Drama Series (Africa)’ award.
Cindy Mahlangu won ‘Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series (Africa)’ for her role as Phumzi.
Connie and her daughters have been supporting each other through the family’s grief.
“My children are my smile keepers, my joy, my precious gift from God. I love you @sediimatsunyane and @ali.ferguson_ I bless God for choosing me for you and you for me,” she wrote on Instagram recently.
Ali Ferguson also took to Instagram to remember her dad. Today marks four months since Shona passed away.
“Always thinking about you. I love you,” she wrote.
Connie revealed shortly after Shona died that they were looking forward to celebrating their anniversary.
“We were already planning our 20th wedding anniversary in November, assuming that we had time! You and I were joined at the hip, now I feel completely off-balance, incomplete, without my other half! My SOULMATE!” she wrote.
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