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2013-08-30 14:18
 
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Cape Town – In an exclusive interview with heat magazine, singer Amor Vittone revealed that her previously estranged husband Joost van der Westhuizen, who suffers from motor neuron disease, will be moving back into their home permanently.

"I'm busy transforming the kids’ playroom into a bedroom for him. Joost can't get up the stairs anymore, so we want to make it as easy for him as possible. Doctors have told us that he will soon need to go on pipes to get oxygen, which means that he won’t move around as often," she told heat.
 
Amor also said that as Joost prepares for the worst, he is making sure his family is well looked after. He has paid off their bond and has even taken them on an overseas holiday.
 
Vittone says that as a couple they are closer than ever. "He’s such an awesome guy. He really wants the best for me and our children," she said.
 
Read the full interview in the 30 August edition of heat magazine.

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