Celebville IT couple Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones have filed for a divorce . . . just after 4 years of marriage. Minnie took to Instagram to share the news, and expressed just how difficult it has been.
“After months of separation and consultations with our family and a counsellor, we have taken the decision to officially file for divorce,” read part of Minnie and Quinton’s joint statement.
Their statement also shared that it has been a very difficult couple of months, and they have been separated. The decision to divorce did not come easy, the statement read, and they came to that decision after consulting with their families and their counsellor.
“After months of separation and consultations with our family and a counsellor, we have taken the decision to officially file for divorce,” read Minnie and Quinton’s joint statement.
Their split is amicable, the statement said, they remain close friends and great parents for their son Netha.
“Despite the end of our marriage and romantic relationship, we remain friends, business partners and loving parents to our beautiful son.”
Read the full statement below:
Minnie and Quinton won Mzansi’s love back in 2017, when they got married in a lavish ceremony, winning them thousands and thousands of followers and fans. Their wedding journey called Becoming Mrs Jones was a 3 day spectacle of style and glamour broadcast for all to see.
Last year, when they celebrated their 4th wedding anniversary, Minnie shared that marriage was not easy, and that they too go through challenges, but that she loved their journey together.
Minnie and Quinton share a son, Netha and they are committed to co-parenting and giving him the love he deserves. Minnie has gone back to using just her surname Dlamini . . . which in hindsight was a hint that things were not ok in their marriage.
With this statement about their divorce, they have been trending since the news became public knowledge, and it seems everyone has an opinion about what could have gone wrong.
We send them both love and light . . . it can’t be easy going through something like this in the glare of the public.