“Having a baby is a life-changer. It gives you a whole other perspective on why you wake up every day” – Taylor Hanson.
Children are a real bundle of joy. To have someone in your life, whose affection and love for you is unconditional, is the best thing anyone can ask for. The joy of having a baby is no different for anyone – whether you are rich or poor, celeb or common man. On this note, let’s have a look at some famous sports personalities who became proud parents in 2018.
Alvaro Morata and Alice Campello
Chelsea star Alvaro Morata and his wife Alice Campello became proud parents in July this year. Alice gave birth to twins and the couple decided to name their babies Alessandro and Leonardo. After the birth of his twins, Chelsea striker even swapped his jersey number. Morata is now seen wearing jersey No 29 after the birth of his twin boys on July 29. Earlier he used to wear No. 9 jersey.
Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik
Indian tennis star Sania Mirza and her cricketer husband Shoaib Malik were blessed with a baby boy in November. The couple has named their first child Izhaan, which means God’s gift in Arabic. Almost after a month of their baby’s birth, Sania shared the photo of him on social media and he looked adorable. She also wrote, “Living life in the fast lane can be fun !!! It’s time to say hello to the world”. Soon social media platform was flooded with the comments on how cute the baby is.
JP Duminy and Sue Duminy
JP and Sue Duminy became proud parents to a second baby girl in September. The couple named their new born Alexa-Rose Duminy. After announcing the birth of their child on Instagram, she thanked her cricketer husband for being with her during 26 hours of labour and even poked a bit of fun, saying she hoped he could still catch a ball of the marathon session.
Bastian Schweinsteiger and Ana Ivanovic
Former World No. 1 Ana Ivanovic and her footballer husband Bastian Schweinsteiger were blessed with baby boy in March this year. The former WTA player named her son Luka. Married in 2016, Ivanovic and Schweinsteiger are now based in Chicago, where Schweinsteiger plays for Major League Soccer’s Chicago Fire.
Aaron Ramsey and Colleen Rowlands
Wales football star Aaron Ramsey’s wife Colleen gave birth to twins in September this year. Ramsey married childhood sweetheart Colleen in 2014 at Caldicot Castle and are already parents to Sonny, who is three. Colleen announced she was expecting twins back in August, posting on Instagram: “It’s been a while since I have uploaded any cakes but rest assured there are 2 buns in the oven #twins”.