Hardik Pandya and Natasa Stankovic blessed with a baby boy

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Hardik Pandya, Natasa Stankovic (Image Source: Twitter)
  • Hardik Pandya and Natasa Stankovic welcomed a baby boy on Thursday (July 30)

  • The couple got engaged on 1st January, 2020.

Hardik Pandya and his wife Natasa Stankovic were blessed with a baby boy on Thursday (30 July). Pandya confirmed the happy news on his Twitter handle by sharing an adorable picture of himself holding his son’s hand.


“We are blessed with our baby boy,” he captioned his Twitter post.

Soon after the all-rounder announced the news on social media, greetings and congratulatory messages started pouring in from fans and well-wishers across the world.


“Welcome to #OneFamily. Congratulations, @hardikpandya7 and Natasa,” tweeted IPL franchise, Mumbai Indians.

Hardik and Natasha announced their engagement on New Year’s eve. And in May, the duo revealed that they are expecting a baby in upcoming months.


“Natasa and I have had a great journey together and it is just about to get better. Together we are excited to welcome a new life into our lives very soon. We’re thrilled for this new phase of our life and seek your blessings and wishes,” Hardik wrote earlier in a post on Instagram.

Hardik Pandya and Natasa Stankovic | Instagram

Last month, during his interaction with Harsha Bhogle for Cricbuzz, Hardik reminisced an interesting anecdote about his first meeting with Natasa.

“She had no idea who I was. I got her by talking. She saw someone in a hat at a place where I met her, wearing a hat, a chain, a watch, at 1 AM. So she thought he is ‘alag prakaar ka aadmi aaya’ (different kind of person came). That is when I started talking to her, started knowing each other. Then, we started dating. Then got engaged on December 31,” remarked Hardik.


Meanwhile, on the professional front, Hardik is all set to feature for Mumbai Indians in the 13th season of Indian Premier League (IPL), which gets underway from September 19 in UAE.

The cash-rich league was originally scheduled to commence from March 29, but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic played a spoilsport and the tournament was initially postponed indefinitely.

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