The flamboyant Indian all-rounder, Hardik Pandya, and his Serbian wife Natasa Stankovic seem to be enjoying their newly found parenthood. Ever since they announced the arrival of a baby boy in their life last month, the Hardik and Natasa have been posting adorable pictures of their son with millions of followers on both Twitter and Instagram.
From announcing the birth of their child to sharing the first glimpse of their baby boy, the couple has shared everything on social media. On Wednesday, Natasa shared a couple of picture on Instagram, showing her having a wonderful time with her baby boy. Captioning the post, Natasa wrote: “When I hold you, life makes sense. #mamasboy #blessings.”
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Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya also expressed his love for the pictures using a couple of emojis. He also went on to share an adorable picture on the Instagram story with his son, where the little one can be seen holding one of his fingers with his tiny hands.
Hardik’s Indian teammate KL Rahul and tennis star Sania Mirza were also among many celebrities who liked the post. Recently, when his elder brother Krunal posted a video with his nephew, KL Rahul had come up with valuable career advice for the little kid.
Krunal had uploaded a video with his nephew, and captioned it “Let’s talk cricket”, and replying to the same, Rahul said, “Please tell him to become a fast-bowling all-rounder”.
Soon after his child’s birth, Hardik had often been seen expressing him enjoying his daddy duties. The fast bowling all-rounder had shared a picture on his Instagram story soon after shopping for his new-born baby. Tagging Natasa in his post, he wrote that “Baby’s diapers are on the way”. In the snapshot, Hardik can be seen driving a car with baby diapers lying on the back seat of his car.
Meanwhile, Hardik Pandya can be expected to play for MI in the IPL 2020. The IPL 2020, which was originally slated to commence on March 29, was postponed due to the increasing cases of the coronavirus pandemic. Since then, the BCCI has been in a fix about the commencement of the cash-rich league.