Hardik Pandya took to Twitter to share photos of him and his wife celebrating the birth of their baby boy with doctors in Mumbai.
Hardik and Natasa became proud parents of a baby boy on July 30.
Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya and his actress wife Natasa Stankovic, on Wednesday, came up with a heartwarming gesture as they celebrated the birth of their newborn baby with the doctors of Akanksha hospital in Mumbai.
Hardik and Natasa became proud parents of a baby boy on July 30 as the Serbian actress gave birth to their first child at the Mumbai hospital. Hardik shared a photo of his son moments after the delivery last week.
The blessing from God 🙏🏾❤️ pic.twitter.com/xqcmbVIUIr
— hardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) August 1, 2020
As it turns out, Hardik threw a mini party for the hospital staff that involved cake-cutting and a bit of physical distancing as well. Hardik took to Twitter to share a few photographs from the occasion.
Hardik even thanked the doctors for ‘bringing his baby’ to this world in his post.
“Special thanks to Akansha hospital in Anand! Last one week you guys made sure we have our home away from home!
You guys are absolute gems. [Thanks] Bringing my baby in this world! Will be grateful forever,” Pandya wrote.
Special thanks to Akansha hospital in Anand!
Last one week you guys made sure we have our home away from home!
You guys are absolute gems 🙏🏾❤️
Bringing my baby in this world!
Will be grateful forever 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/KzABrSJJp6
— hardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) August 5, 2020
Earlier, Hardik announced his engagement to Natasa on New Year’s eve of 2020. The Baroda all-rounder proposed to his partner on a yacht in Dubai during their stay in the UAE with close friends. Hardik had kept it a secret even from his elder brother Krunal whom he told about the engagement only two days in the lead up to it.
“My parents also didn’t know that I was getting engaged. Two days before (the engagement), I told Krunal. I told him, ‘I have had enough. I have found someone in my life who I actually love, and I am becoming better.’ They (family) backed me and told ‘do whatever you want, me and Kunal are riding on the same boat,” Jr. Pandya was quoted as saying to Cricbuzz.