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Durban’s Kim and Pashi make SA TV history on MKRules South Africa!

Durban’s Kim and Pashi make SA TV history on MKRules South Africa!

The show’s spicy lovebirds get engaged after beating top home cooks Maj and Joleen in the tough semi-finals.

For many weeks, My Kitchen Rules SA’s much-talked-about Durban cooking couple Kim and Pashi raised eyebrows with their “soon-to-be-engaged” relationship status.  Tonight (Sunday, 30 September) at this week’s semi-final, however, the lovebirds stepped up their game in more ways than one. Not only did they earn a spot in next week series finale, but they also became the first contestants in a South African reality cooking competition to get engaged while the cameras were rolling.

After the newly-engaged couple, who will face country girls Rox and Spoen in next Sunday’s grand finale, narrowly beat Maj and Joleen by a mere two-point margin, Pashi proudly professed his love for Kim: “It’s been an unbelievable journey, I have met my soul mate. You have changed my life in so many ways. You are honestly the strongest woman I know and going forward I’m going to need a partner to win this competition, hopefully, but a strong partner in life, to start a family.”

He then went down on one knee, and popped the big question, “And so, will you marry me?” to which an emotional Kim responded yes! “On TV hey, only you!” an elated Kim said.

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