“Roses for my rose…”: Hardik Pandya thanks wife Natasa Stankovic for ‘best gift ever’

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  • Hardik and Natasa welcomed a baby boy on July 30 in Mumbai.

  • Pandya shared an adorable picture of himself holding his newborn on Twitter.

Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya has shared an adorable picture of himself hugging his partner Natasa Stankovic, with a bouquet of rose kept ahead of him on Twitter.


“Roses for my rose. Thank you for giving me the best gift ever,” tweeted Hardik.

Hardik and Natasa were blessed with a baby boy on July 30 at a local hospital in Mumbai. The Indian all-rounder announced the news on social media. He wrote, “We are blessed with our baby boy,” while sharing a charming picture of himself holding his son’s hand.


Natasa broke out the news of her pregnancy during the lockdown on Instagram.

“Hardik and I have shared a memorable journey together so far and now, it’s only going to get better. Together, we are excited to welcome a new life into our lives very soon. We’re super excited for this new step of our life together and humbly ask your blessings and well wishes,” Natasa posted on Instagram.


Well, Hardik seems to be enjoying his parenthood as he keeps sharing heart-warming pictures of his baby and spouse Natasa on social media.

On Saturday (August 01), the all-rounder shared a picture of his son and called him a “blessing from god”.

The talismanic all-rounder hasn’t played an international match since September 2019 due to a recurring injury. After going through a surgery in London, he was all set to make his comeback in the ODI series against South Africa, scheduled to commence in March. But, the coronavirus outbreak played a spoilsport.


Hardik will be next seen in action for Mumbai Indians (MI) in the 13th edition of Indian Premier League (IPL), getting underway from September 19 in UAE.

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