Harbhajan Singh and Geeta Basra are set to be parents soon. The couple, who had a big fat Punjabi wedding in October last year, will welcome their first child by July end or in the first week of August, this year.
Geeta, who has been staying in London with her parents from last few months, will deliver the child in England itself. After few months of delivery, she will fly back to India.
The good news has made both the families ecstatic, with Harbhajan and Geeta prepping up for the new inning. Talking about the big development in his life, Harbhajan, while talking to Hindustan Times recently, said, “Our baby (their first) is to arrive at the end of July or in the first week of August,” says Bhajji. And how’s the father-to-be dealing with it all? “Bas sab badhiya chal raha hai. (Everything is going good) I’m excited and hoping sab theek se ho jaye (I hope everything goes well).. delivery procedure and afterwards.”
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The star cricketer informed that the baby will be born in England. “Geeta is British and she is comfortable being with her parents at this time. That’s why, we’ve planned the delivery there,” he added.
Read on further as Bhajji reveals about his pre-natal classes in the UK and how he tackles Geeta’s mood swings.All excited for this new start, Harbhajan is preparing to be as hands-on as possible. He even attended few pre-natal classes for couples with Geeta, in London, recently. “I’ve always been a responsible man when it comes to family… And with the baby, that would only grow. It’s a new chapter, I am looking forward to it. I’ve attended a few classes where they tell you what to expect, and help you prepare for your role as parents. There were other parents too,” he said.
The shopping for the little one has already begun. “We’ve bought some stuff. Agar kuch dikhta hai, and if we feel we’ll need it, we buy it, jaise stroller, etc. Geeta also wanted the first babysuit to be the best. She wanted designer and all, so I said, ‘Le le yar, le le’. So she bought something from Harrods, England. Earlier, we would just pass by the section for kids, it wouldn’t even register. Now, that’s where we head first.”
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