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“I Never Imagined Getting Divorced”: Minnie Dlamini Gets Raw And Real About Her Divorce From Quinton Jones

Television personality Minnie Dlamini has shared details about her separation from her estranged husband Quinton Jones.

According to ZAlebs, Minnie was recently interviewed on 702 by Relebogile Mabotja, the host of The Upside of Failure podcast.

As a public figure, the actress has had to face the difficult challenge of managing her failures in the public eye, including the end of her marriage and the failure of her business venture with The Mansion.

During the interview, Minnie addressed rumors of infidelity as a cause for her divorce, stating that the truth was known to her family and friends.

“When people over-sensationalise, over-dramatise, create lies about you, it’s one of the most painful things because I can’t shut from the rooftops to everyone and explain my truth. At the end of the day, I also feel as though I don’t need to. As long as my close family and friends know what the truth is and what is going on, those are the relationships and those are the people that I feel I owe an explanation to. Everyone else will just figure it out when they figure it out,” said the actress.

In addition, Minnie Dlamini disclosed during the interview that her marriage had actually ended long before she publicly announced the news.

“People need to understand that when a marriage ends, it doesn’t end at the announcement or the day before the announcement, it ends long before that.

“By the time I announced, I had gone through a lot of the processes already. At the time of the announcement, it felt like a really big relief and a weight off my shoulders. 

“I never imagined getting divorced. I always thought that I would raise my kids how I was raised. I just felt like for me, timing was off, I felt like I didn’t know myself. Furthermore, I went on to further lose myself in my marriage.”

Minnie Dlamini And Quinton Jones Announce Divorce

Actress Minnie Dlamini left many South Africans heartbroken when she released an official statement announcing that she and her estranged husband, television producer Quinton Jones, had started the process of getting a divorce.

The couple had tied the knot in a beautiful traditional wedding ceremony at Glen Hills in northern Durban, KwaZulu-Natal on July 8, 2017.

They then went on to have a white wedding at Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West on September 16, 2017, which was celebrated by many South Africans who saw them as the epitome of a perfect couple.

However, in a statement released in February of the following year, Minnie Dlamini announced that after several months of separation and consultations with family and a counselor, they had made the difficult decision to begin divorce proceedings.

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