Hardik Pandya Reveals First Photo of Son

Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya and wife Natasa Stankovic welcomed their baby boy on July 30 and this Saturday 1 August, Pandya took to social media to share the first photo of his son on Instagram. The cricketer captioned the photo that his son is “the blessing from God.”

The photo shows Hardik Pandya holding the baby in his arms in the maternity ward.

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The blessing from God 🙏🏾❤️ @natasastankovic__

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Earlier, Hardik announced the arrival of his son with a post that read, “We are blessed with our baby boy.” In that photo, Hardik held the little one’s hand.

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We are blessed with our baby boy ❤️🙏🏾

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Hardik and Natasa made their relationship official on January 1, 2020. Later in May, the couple took to Instagram to announce that the two are soon to become parents.

Natasa had shared 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.”

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