Harbhajan Singh is busy attending prenatal classes with wife Geeta Basra in London
Harbhajan Singh is all set to begin a new innings of his life and the new father-to-be can't hold his excitement
Harbhajan Singh is all set to begin a new innings of his life and the new father-to-be can't hold his excitement. He is trying to be as hands-on as possible and has even attended a few prenatal classes with wife Geeta in London.
“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 in an interview to a leading daily.
The baby that is due anytime this month would be born in London only, says Harbhajan.
“Geeta is British and she is comfortable being with her parents at this time. That’s why, we’ve planned the delivery there,” adds the cricketer.
The husband and wife have been enjoying the last few days as a couple alone before the baby arrives. They have also been posting many pics on Instagram and we must say that they look really cute together. Checkout this video that they posted on Instagram:
Meanwhile, the couple are also busy shopping for their new bundle of joy.
“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,” says an excited Harbhajan.
A photo posted by Geeta Basra (@geetabasra) on
Ask him about all the jokes on pregnant women and their "famous" mood swings and Harbhajan replies with his signature sense of humour.
“Pregnant or otherwise, it’s not easy to stay with a woman (laughs). I try to be understanding, and I help her be comfortable. One must try to understand her situation and be as supportive as possible. That’s what I do. Do gaali aur khalo jahan itni khayi hain. Kya jaata hai.. jab itni sun ke chup ho, toh do aur sunke chup raho (laughs),” says Bhajji.
We hope the newborn takes this trait from his father for sure!
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