Usain Bolt has revealed he’s secretly welcomed twins with his girlfriend Kasi Bennett.
The former sprinter, 34, shared an adorable snap of his growing family to Instagram on Sunday, announcing the new arrivals are called Saint Leo Bolt and Thunder Bolt.
Businesswoman Kasi, 30, also posted a snap with her three children, calling Usain the ‘greatest daddy’ as she wished him a happy Father’s Day.
‘You are the rock of this family and the greatest daddy to our little ones. We love you world without end!’
In the stunning announcement snaps, the new babies were wrapped in blankets and laying in baskets while big sister Olympia looked adorable in a pink dress.
The proud parents sat behind their three children, with Kasi looking incredible in a plunging gold gown which boasted floral embellishments on the bodice.
Usain and Kasi have been dating for six years and welcomed their first child, little girl Olympia, in June 2020.
At the time, Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness confirmed the happy in a congratulatory tweet.
‘Congratulations to our sprint legend Usain Bolt and Kasi Bennett on the arrival of their baby girl,’ Holness tweeted, in honor of the Jamaican athlete, who holds world records in the 100m and 200m distances.
The tweet was the long-awaited follow up to the media personality’s Instagram video in March confirming they were expecting a daughter.
Shortly after giving birth to Olympia, Kasi posted pictures from her ultrasound, her labour and the trip she and Usain conceived their baby on.
Taking to Instagram Stories, Kasi posted a picture of Bolt posing up a storm on a boat as she praised him as a father.
She wrote: ‘Happy Father’s Day to the most amazing man. Our little girl is blessed to call you daddy. We love you more than a single day could convey.’
Alongside a second picture of them on a boat, Kasi revealed that this holiday was when they conceived their child.
She wrote: ‘The trip that gave us our biggest blessing.’
Kasi also shared a clip of the couple at their baby’s ultrasound as she wrote: ‘Now a party of three.’
Usain, the only sprinter to win the 100m and 200m golds at three consecutive Olympics, specifically 2008, 2012 and 2016, is widely considered the greatest sprinter of all time.
He retired after the 2017 world championships in London where he suffered a hamstring injury in the final race of his career.
Speaking before Olympia’s arrival in 2020, Usain said he would not encourage his children to follow in his footsteps
The retired sportsman said: ‘That’s going to be hard for my kid. If they want to do it, I’m fine with it. But initially I’m going to say don’t do it, because I know the pressure that will come along with it.’