Connie Ferguson, a South African actress, has finally come to terms with the tragic loss of her director, Ferguson movies producer, and husband Shona Ferguson, as she wrote an emotional piece on her official Instagram account detailing how they both kept hope alive prior to the unfortunate demise of the “The Queen” star.
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Taking to her account Connie wrote: “This day, 20 years ago (31 July 2001), was the day God brought you into my life, and we haven’t looked back since!” the actress wrote recalling when she first met Shona Ferguson.
“Ours is a once in a lifetime kind of love. We joked about how we were going to be in our old age. How we would take turns supporting each other and being strong for each other,.” she added.
“The irony is we have already been doing that for the past 20 years! Oh how God has loved me to give me YOU! 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!.
“I’m struggling to process everything that’s going on! It all just feels like a horrible nightmare that I can’t wake up from! I feel like I’m living in a twilight zone! I keep asking God WHY?
“Why Lord? Please help me understand! I trust you! I trust you to see me and my family through this! Please give me and my family the strength to carry on, and continue our hero’s legacy! Only YOU can!.
“SHO, my ANGEL, my LOVE, my SKAT, my LAAITIE. We share a once in a lifetime kind of love, a love like no other that surpasses all understanding! A love that outlives even death! You and I WILL meet again when God decides it’s time.
“In the meantime, you live on in our hearts. You’ve owned my heart from the day we met 20 years ago today, and there you will live until we meet again! Rest now angel. As we contemplate our tomorrow, let your body rest and your spirit soar. You are reunited with the Lord, your first LOVE! I miss you, I love you, and I will never forget you! MY ANGEL!” Connie concluded.
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Shona Ferguson passed away on July 30, after battling some COVID-19 complications, SurgeZirc SA had reported.
Shona was the producer and director of one of the South African leading movie companies “Ferguson Movies”