Harbhajan Singh And Geeta Basra Blessed With A Baby Boy; Couple Says ‘We Thank The Almighty For Blessing’

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Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh and his actor wife Geeta Basra are blessed with a baby boy! The couple took to their social media handles to announce the arrival of their second baby. Harbhajan and Geeta are already parents to a little girl, Hinaya Heer. Announcing their second child, Geeta shared a video of a cute baby outfit and a teddy bear sitting next to it. The outfit has ‘Born in 2021, Baby Plaha’ written on it. Sharing the same on her Instagram feed, Geeta penned a sweet note while thanking the almighty for blessing them with a healthy baby boy.

She wrote, “A new little hand for us to hold, his love is grand, precious as gold A wonderful gift, so special and sweet. Our hearts are full, our lives complete. We thank the Almighty for blessing us with a healthy baby boy.. We are overwhelmed with joy and would like to extend our gratitude to all our well-wishes for their constant love and support.” While Singh also shared the same note on his Instagram feed and backed it with, “Blessed with a baby boy #grateful #babyboy shukar aa Tera maalka”

Earlier, talking to SotboyE.com, she revealed there’s a ‘huge involvement' of her husband during the pregnancy phase. She told us, “He told me very clearly to rest. After he is back from IPL, he's totally taken charge of handling Hinaya. He takes care of her bathing, waking her up for school and getting her ready for the classes- he is hands-on! And that's nice because he gets his time with Hinaya too as he's not usually at home more than often. And now that I am in my last semester, things get even more difficult for me, so it's great that he is around taking care of Hinaya.”

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