Mzansi Reacts: The Queen Star Connie Ferguson(Harriet Khoza) Back On Our Screens 

Mzansi Reacts: The Queen Star Connie Ferguson(Harriet Khoza) Back On Our Screens

The Queen actress Connie Ferguson has finally given the people what they want and we are here for it. After a break following the passing of her husband, Connie has returned to the small screens and viewers are thrilled.

The actress who plays Harriet Khoza made a huge comeback during yesterday’s episode and viewers took to social media to celebrate her return.

@dinnydeethulo “#TheQueenMzansi Mathapelo Harriet Kh9za is back thee Queen is back So good to see her.”

@_Miss_Tango “It’s good to see Harriet back. I’m happy, But seeing her reminds me of her loss and it breaks my heart. For some reason, my heart skipped a beat when she walked in #TheQueenMzansi.”

TEEKAYFINEST1 “I just shed a tear seeing Harriet back on our screens, welcome back Mama #TheQueenMzansi.”

@joy_zelda “So Good to see her back. May God Continue to Gives You Strength To Carry on.”

 

The Queen’s storyline was recently deemed boring and dull, so her return had many in their feels as she is known for her enthralling performances and always causing havoc on the show.

The Queen cast welcomed her with warm hands and we love to see it. Taking to her Instagram account, the actress shared a short clip from her office where there were welcome back gifts everywhere from the cast and crew.

“Team #thequeen #fergusonfilms I love you all so much! Thank you for today. It’s good to do what you love knowing it’s for a purpose bigger than yourself. I’m grateful that we continue to walk this journey together, and all our wins and victories are to the glory of the almighty God. In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,” she shared.

Connie lost her husband Shona Ferguson on the 30th 0f July 2021 after he suffered Covid-19 complications. Uncle Sho, as he was affectionately known, passed away at Milpark hospital in Johannesburg.

Speaking on her husband’s legacy, said at his funeral she will continue to grow Shona’s legacy. “Shona lived. He came into the industry like a tornado. Mr. Ferguson was the most underrated actor in this country. As a performer, as an artist. I don’t think we appreciated him enough. I think we are showing appreciation now that he is gone. But here’s what I’m grateful for, I can feel that this angel was loved by many. I can feel that he was revered by many. And where he is now, if you think Ferguson films are great, know that Ferguson films are great. Because that is my husband’s legacy, and it is going to continue growing from strength to strength If I have anything to do with it.

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