India allrounder Hardik Pandya and his partner Natasa Stankovic welcomed their first child on Wednesday (July 30). Hardik Pandya himself took to his social media accounts to confirm the news as he said he and his partner have been blessed with a baby boy.
Earlier this year, Hardik Pandya had finally confirmed his relationship with the Serbian actress. On the New Year’s Day, he proposed the Bollywood actress while on a cruise in Dubai. Since then, the two love birds have been staying together and keeping the fans updated about their day-to-day activities.
In May, Hardik Pandya confirmed he and Natasa were expecting their first child. He had posted several photos at that time. In one of the pictures, Hardik and Natasa were seen performing what appeared to be some kind of traditional ritual, wearing garlands. This sparked rumours that they had a hush-hush wedding during the lockdown. However, neither of them has confirmed or denied the rumours.
New Member In Hardik Pandya’s House
Hardik Pandya took to his social media accounts to share the good news with his fans and followers. The star cricketer posted an adorable picture of the newborn holding his hand and wrote: “We are blessed with our baby boy “
Watch The Tweet Here:
We are blessed with our baby boy ❤️🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/DN6s7aaZVE
— hardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) July 30, 2020
The India star, nonetheless, has not played an international game since last September. He was ruled out of action due to a back injury and later underwent a successful surgery to treat an acute lower-back injury. The back injury was bothering him since the 2018 Asia Cup.
In December, he was named in India A squad for the one-day games in New Zealand. However, he was later pulled out of the team as he was not match ready. Hardik Pandya eventually made a comeback during the DY Patil T20 Tournament in March and hit the ground running.
He scored two stunning centuries and picked up a five-wicket haul. Later, he was named in India’s ODI squad for the South Africa series before the series was called off in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.