Nonku Williams’ mom ‘The Queen’ in Real Housewives of Durban.

  • In the first episode of season 2 of The Real Housewives of DurbanAnnie and Londie walked away thinking that Nonku’s mother, The Queensaid they were not ‘together in the head.’
  • This happened at Nonku’s Spring has Sprung-themed event.
  • During part two of the show’s reunion, the two ladies apologised to The Queen.

The Queen was finally redeemed of any wrongdoing when Real Housewives of Durban cast members Londiwe ‘Londie London’ Zulu and Annie Mthembu apologised to her in part two of the show’s season 2 reunion.

The Queen, an unofficial cast member of the show, is Nonku Williams’ mother. Williams is a returning cast member from season 1.

Londie and Annie apologised to The Queen in the first few minutes of the reunion episode which premiered on Friday.

“We’ve watched Ma, and I honestly want to say I’m sorry. We misunderstood you,” Londie said

Annie added: “I’m very, very sorry for how I spoke to you, for what I thought I heard, and I know I was wrong.”

The two ladies apologised to William’s mother over an incident that happened in the first episode.

The Queen made a speech at her daughter’s Spring has Sprung-themed event. The event reunited cast members who returned and introduced those who were newly cast.

At the time, The Queen said: “You might be beautiful, but not like this woman,” as she pointed to her head.

After that, Annie and Londiwe were visibly surprised by what they heard and The Queen’s gesture to her head.

In her confessional after the event, Annie said it was not okay to tell guests that they were not “together in the head” at an event.

During her apology, Londiwe admitted that she only saw The Queen’s gesture to her head and did not hear what she said afterward.

Following their apologies, the two ladies presented The Queen with gifts.

After accepting the gifts and saying that she had forgiven Annie and Londie, The Queen said she loved them all.

She added: “You’re such a beautiful bunch of women.”

The Queen also encouraged the women to be their sisters’ keepers and not haters, adding that the gossip and malicious behavior that fueled the show was unnecessary.

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