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Afrikaans singer and hubby’s quick Mauritian getaway

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Afrikaans singer and hubby's quick Mauritian getaway

Apart from flaunting cute performance outfits, Karlien van Jaarsveld has also been flaunting some fun photos with her husband, Joe, during their recent trip to Mauritius.

According to the Citizen, the trip coincided with a concert in collaboration with the likes of other Afrikaans artists like Demilee Moore, Monique, Corlea and more.

Afrikaans singer and hubby's quick Mauritian getaway
Photo: Instagram

Dressed to impress, Karlien van Jaarsveld reportedly wore mini dresses of all kinds for her performances in Mauritius – two of them by Salomie du Toit Couture and one by Anel Botha Couture.

The couple are said to have made the most of the beach whenever the opportunity presented itself.

Afrikaans singer and hubby's quick Mauritian getaway
Photo: Instagram

“Rule number one about Island life: Always pack a hat! I forgot mine,” the singer wrote, captioning a carousel of photos of her and her husband on the beach.

“She looked sleek in a pink Guess one-piece swimsuit as they indulged in the gorgeous Mauritian sunsets,” The Citizen reported.

For her last performance, she wore what she calls her 100s and 1000s dress by Salomie du Plooy.

Afrikaans singer and hubby's quick Mauritian getaway
Photo: Instagram

“I felt like after performing on stage, I could make an appearance on an ice rink,” she said in the post-Mauritius post. We are back safely. Now I am going to kiss and hug my kids!”

Original article at The Citizen

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