Indian pace bowler RP Singh has been blessed with a baby girl earlier today (February 7, 2017). RP Singh & his wife Devanshi have named their newborn daughter as ‘Ira Aarya Singh’.
The veteran pacer has announced the good news on his twitter account as he became a proud father. He was immediately congratulated by a number of Indian cricketers.
His tweet read: “No feeling comes remotely close to this. @DevanshiS_ and I have been blessed with a baby girl – Ira Aarya Singh. #harharmahadev ”
— R P Singh (@rpsingh) February 7, 2017
RP Singh was then congratulated by Irfan Pathan, Parthiv Patel and Manoj Tiwary on twitter to name a few.
congratulations to both of u.may allah gives ur little angel great health n happiness
— Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) February 7, 2017
congratulations to both of u….great times ahead..
— parthiv patel (@parthiv9) February 7, 2017
Congratulations to both of you. God bless the little angel. https://t.co/Zun7wf96Qy
— MANOJ TIWARY (@tiwarymanoj) February 7, 2017
The 31-year old has been pivotal to India’s success in 2007 T20 World Cup and has represented India across all the formats. He has already had a memorable year as a player after helping Gujarat win their first ever Ranji trophy.
His year just got better after becoming the father of a baby girl and joins the list of fathers who has represented India in the 21st century.
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