Yuvraj Singh – Hazel Keech is Blessed with a Baby Boy
Yuvraj Singh, a cricketer, and Hazel Keech, his wife and an actress, have had their first child, who is a baby boy. On Tuesday, Yuvaraja, the 40-year-old cricketer, and Keech issued a joint statement on their separate Twitter accounts, respectively, requesting privacy for the family.
“To all our fans, family and friends, we are elated to share that today God blessed us with a baby boy. We thank God for this blessing and wish you to respect our privacy as we welcome the little one into the world Love, Hazel and Yuvraj “, as per the joint statement.
❤️ @hazelkeech pic.twitter.com/IK6BnOgfBe
— Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) January 25, 2022
After the couple welcomed a newborn boy, the cricket community hailed Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech. Former India cricketers Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan, Mohammad Kaif, Rahul Sharma, and Parvinder Awana used Twitter to wish Yuvraj and his family well.
“Mubarakaaaa munde de peo te maa nuuuuuuu.. buraaaahhhh .. Very happy for you both”, Harbhajan posted in Punjabi on Twitter.
Mubarakaaaa munde de peo te maa nuuuuuuu.. buraaaahhhh .. Very happy for you both 👶❤️ https://t.co/OQZWttshk1
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) January 25, 2022
In 2016, Yuvraj and Hazel married in a traditional ceremony. Yuvraj and Hazel have been dating for even more than 5 years and were married on November 30, 2016. They married near Chandigarh at Fatehgarh Sahib and later had a traditional wedding in Goa; several celebrities graced that from the cinema and sports industries.
Hazel has been in Bollywood blockbusters with Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s movie ‘Bodyguard.’ In 2013, she had her appearance on the television show ‘Big Boss.’
On the other hand, Yuvraj is a World Cup winner, having been a member of the victorious T20 World Cup team in 2007 and the victorious 50-over World Cup team in 2011.
Yuvraj was seen playing in various tournaments since announcing his retirement from world cricket in 2019. Yuvraj indicated coming out of retirement “on public demand” the year before and over two years after he announced his retirement.
Last year, the southpaw competed in the Road Safety World Series, in which he was on Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar’s side as a member.