Alicia turned 19 yesterday, and as well all know her celebration won’t be complete without a heartfelt post from her mother, dance partner, gym partner and friend Connie Ferguson.
The duo are one of our favourite when it comes to serving mother and daughter goals and it is easy to see why looking at their tight-knit relationship.
Taking to her Instagram account, Connie wished her daughter a happy birthday and abundant success, saying she can be anything she wants in this world.
“A very happy birthday to my gym buddy, my dance coach, my heart soother, my Dando, my heart, my last born, my EVERYTHING! 19!🎊🎊🎈🎂❤️ God is good!🙏🏾 May all your deepest wishes and dreams be realized my baby @ali.ferguson_ 🙏🏾 With your drive and passion, you can be absolutely anything you want to be! Happy birthday my ANGEL! I love you more than words can express!🎉”
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We can’t talk about Connie without talking about her husband Shona, who also celebrated his daughter a heartfelt birthday post on his Instagram account.
“Happy birthday my baby. I am super proud of you and the responsible, loving young lady you’ve become. GOD is with you always my angel. Daddy loves you. #TheKid #Juice,” he shared.
Alicia is growing into a fine young woman and is carving out a beautiful path for herself. It looks like she won’t be joining the rest of her family in the movie industry anytime sooner as she aspires to carve out a different career for herself.
Recently she made her parents proud by coming out with flying colours in her matric exams when the country was hit hard by the Covid pandemic, which left the whole world shaking in their boots.
“To say I’m proud of you is an understatement! Congratulations my baby girl on your success, a pass in all your subjects! Your hard work and resilience have paid off! Now you can study for any degree you want. The world is yours to conquer! As your family, you have our love and support now and always,’ she shared.
“Watching Alicia bravely face the unknown (COVID-19) to go to school to write her matric exams, each day coming home hopeful that her best was good enough, made me realize that we are raising a generation of warriors and leaders! The pass rate of the class of 2020 is a testament to that! What a time to behold!” her mother Connie wrote.