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These Celebs Have Us Catching All The V-Day Feelings

Allow us a quick soppy moment.

14/02/2017 15:00 SAST | Updated 14/02/2017 19:37 SAST
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Yes, we know, Valentine's Day is the commercialisation of love — but really, what's wrong with a day that celebrates one of the best feelings in the world? Even if all the red-and-white fanfare is a bit much for you, these local celebs have got us all saying a collective "aww" as they take to their Instagram feeds to wish their loved ones a happy Valentine's Day.

Newlyweds DJ Black Coffee and Enhle Maphumulo are spending their first VDay together after the wedding last month.

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Happy Valentine's Day💋 #simplylive #simplylove #simplylove #simplylove #simplyenhle🎓🌺🍭

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South Africa's favourite power couple, Connie and Shona Ferguson, have been #couplegoals for years and this month graced the cover of Destiny Magazine talking about what has gone into making their marriage work.

The #LOVE in his eyes😍❤ #Blessed2BeLovedByHim #Mokapelo #MyValentine 📸@Zunophotography

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Funny woman Tumi Morake paid tribute to her two Valentines — podcast co-host Mabale Moloi and husband Mpho Osei-Tutu.

Actress and presenter Bonnie Mbuli posted a selfie with her Valentine from the top of Lion's Head, proving that couples that workout together, stay together.

You,my best part of everyday ,You're my valentines treat 😘😍#happyValentine'sDay

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Family man Riky Rick paid a heartfelt tribute to partner Bianca Naidoo, saying: "You are my pillar. The one person I can always call on when my spirit needs lifting. My Best Friend. I LOVE YOU."