Welcome home! Demi-Leigh Tebow returns to SA

Welcome home! Demi-Leigh Tebow returns to SA

"There's nothing like an African sunset," says Demi-Leigh. 

Demi-Leigh Tebow
Miss Universe 2017 Demi-Leigh Tebow/Instagram (@demitebow)

Demi-Leigh Tebow (née Nel-Peters) is back in South Africa for the first time in nearly two years.  

The former Miss Universe touched down in the motherland a few days ago. Demi-Leigh says it is good to be home. 

One of her first stops was a visit to her parents. "There's nothing like an African sunset," she captioned several pictures from her day out with her father Bennie Peters and his wife, Elzabé Peters. 

The family enjoyed a game drive together. Bennie is thrilled to have his daughter back on home soil.  The last time Bennie saw his daughter in the flesh was last Christmas. He flew to America to spend the holidays with Demi-Leigh. 

"With a pandemic ruining our lives it is wonderful to have @demitebow home for the first time in almost 21 months. We miss you and Timmy so much!!" he wrote on Instagram. 


After spending time with her parents, Demi-Leigh headed to The Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town. She shared beautiful views from the 5-star luxury hotel.

"Good morning from my favorite city in the world. Cape Town, you are so special! Swipe to see the view from @tablebayhotelsa," she wrote on Wednesday.  

Demi-Leigh spent Tuesday with her best friend, Anja Lamprecht, at Babylonstoren.

Demi-Leigh is married to former NFL quarterback, Tim Tebow. The couple tied-the-knot in South Africa in January 2020

The Tebows currently live in Jacksonville, Florida. According to reports, their Florida mansion is worth a whopping R44-million

Demi-Leigh and Tim have three fur babies; Paris, Kobe, and Chunk. 

ALSO READ: Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters reveals how she met fianceé Tim Tebow

Dem-Leigh and Tim do a lot of charity work through the Tim Tebow Foundation. 

Tim revealed on Instagram that they have a home for abandoned babies in South Africa. 

"While Demi’s been in South Africa, she had the chance to stop by a pretty special place— Our home for abandoned babies that’s almost finished! So grateful for everyone who supported my birthday campaign to help build a home for these amazing children," he wrote. 

ALSO READ: Tim Tebow shows off his Afrikaans skills while eating droëwors with Demi-Leigh

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