Empire actress blown away by Vic Falls

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Makomborero Mutimukulu

Zimbabweans are pouring love on American actress Grace Byres after she posted an alluring picture of herself and her husband Trai Byres during a visit to the Victoria Falls.

A rainbow provided a natural watermark to the picture Byres posted on both her Twitter and Instagram accounts yesterday.

 “Zimbabwe we’ve never seen anything like this rainbow… or these falls. Look at God. Thank you for bringing us joy,” posted Byers, who plays the role of Anika Calhoun in the Fox music-industry drama, Empire.

And Byers had the locals bowled over, if the comments beneath her post are anything to go by.

“100%. That’s like 30% of the Falls. Please come back again in a different season and your socks will be blown off. 

“They’re stupendous the falls. Though Zimbabwean myself, I never get tired of them. Once again, thank you for visiting our beautiful, safe nation,” commented fitness trainer and sports agent Gerald Maguranyanga.

Takaidza Mubato urged the beautiful actress to come back again in April.

“Truly Amazing GRACE! Come back between April & June when the falls are at their maximum flow. I tell you – you ain’t seen nothing yet,” he said.

Zimbabwe’s most celebrated resort has been trending this festive period.

 The Hollywood star couple of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones visited the majestic falls during Christmas.

Local tour guide Clive Wakefield posted the couple’s photos on his Facebook page –  Clive Wakefield Guiding after the Titanic and Traffic stars visited the Victoria Falls Rainforest – on Christmas Day.

Wakefield, who also runs a bed and breakfast in the resort town posted: “How fantastic was this today, to be able to spend such special time with this amazing family. Thank you, Catherine Zeta Jones, Michael Douglas and your two wonderful children.”

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin is also in Victoria Falls on a private visit.

“This is fantastic and very hot which is what we want in Europe. I see some water, I see a lot of water,” Ceferin was quoted as saying during a visit to the rain forest.