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Sorisha Naidoo Sends Her Husband the Most Heartfelt Shout Out As He Clocks 71

Sorisha Naidoo Sends Her Husband the Most Heartfelt Shout Out As He Clocks 71. Today marks a very special occasion for the Reddys. The family head Vivian Reddy is celebrating his 71st birthday, and wifey can’t deal.

Sorisha Naidoo and her husband Vivian have a very special bond. Since getting married in 2003, the two are inseparable. They do almost everything together from business to leisure. The two lovebirds also love spending time with their son and daughter, Saihil, and, Kalina. Their success affords the Reddys to live a life of luxury. For his 60th birthday in 2013, Vivian spent R10 million on an extravagant celebration at his home in Umhlanga with 150 close family, friends and prominent political figures.

Today, he is celebrating 71 years of life. Sorisha took the honor of showing him some love on Instagram. The reality show star, actress and entrepreneur sees Vivian as her bestie, funny, loving, and amazing husband among other things.

Happy Birthday to my best friend, husband and strength. Happiest of birthdays to my amazing husband, thank you for being the provider, the strength, the wisdom, the champion of going out, the funny guy, the man who knows that nothing is impossible, everyday I take strength from you, love from you, joy from you. I love doing things to make you happy and to see you smile, as you firmly plant your feet into your 71st year. Every year is your year, keep reaching, keep getting it. You are the man you think you are and more. LYWFL…143❤️❤️❤️,” Sorisha said.

Responding to the beautiful shout out, Vivian said, “My Dearest Heart
Your loving message touched my heart and filled my day with joy. Your thoughtfulness and care mean the world to me. I am truly blessed to have you as my loving soulmate Your kind words and beautiful wishes made my day complete. I love you more than words can express. LYFL 😘143

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