Africa’s most famous family is giving the Kennedy’s a run for their naughty money. Meet Anais Grimaud (photos below), otherwise known as Nkosikazi Nobubele Mandela, the wife of Nelson Mandela’s son and now reportedly one of the world’s most infamous cheaters. You just cannot believe what she is accused of doing in a love triangle for the ages.
Her wedding in March 2010 was far from a storybook fairytale. Mandla Mandela was already married at the time to his first wife Tanda Mabunu-Mandela but he went ahead anyway and violated the laws in South Africa to marry the teenage beauty queen from France, becoming a bigamist in the process. Apparently his new wife was too hot to handle on his own.
She gave birth almost one year ago to their couple’s first child, a handsome baby son named Qheya. Whether it was a resemblance, a confession by his brother, or spies, one thing led to another and daddy decided to get a paternity test to confirm he was the father of the baby. He wasn’t. That honor belonged to Mandela’s brother, confirmed in a blockbuster statement issued by the family who threw her out of the country.
“The Mandela family has sent my wife Nkosikazi Nobubele Mandela (nee Anais Grimaud) back to her home after it was discovered she has been having an affair with one of my brothers. I confirm this affair resulted in a son that Nkosikazi Nobubele gave birth to in 2011. I can also confirm DNA tests conducted have confirmed the child is not mine.”
Biography: Anais Grimaud is still just a babe in the woods at age 20 years old. She is absolutely beautiful as you can see in the video below in which she is giving a French interview about the wedding. She is a French citizen from the island of Reunion, which is located in the Indian Ocean closer to Africa than her own countrymen. Her hometown is Saint-Louis on the island. She met Mandela’s son while he was vacationing there in May 2009.
The wedding was a huge controversy in her new country because hubby was legally married at the time. They don’t allow bigamy in South Africa but the powerful son of fortune did it anyway. His first wife Tanda Mabunu-Mandela challenged the marriage in court which declared it against the law, but nothing changed. They have reportedly continued in a bigamist relationship which may have even added a third wife to the mix this year.
She shared her feelings about her grandfather’s legacy in a documentary called My Moment with a Legend. You can read her excerpt here.
Believe it or not Anais actually has her own YouTube account where she has been commenting in French under her maiden name. She seems to like the same things that teenagers everywhere enjoy — music and cheesy television shows. She is also into social media.