Eight-time Olympic Gold Medallist Usain Bolt is intensifying baby care practice ahead of expected arrival of his first child with partner Kasi Bennett.
The Jamaican had earlier this year informed his over 9.3m followers on Instagram that a baby is on the way describing the expected bundle of joy as “King or Queen”.
But the 38 year old who retired from athletics in 2017 did not stop at announcement as he has continued to practice all that a good daddy needs to know and do for a new born baby.
An apparently very happy Bolt uploaded a video of himself pulling a baby pram and dancing along. That was also followed by lifting of an adorable doll which he placed carefully in the pram after telling it some sweets words.
He caption the post: Practice becomes perfect @kasi.b
The die-hard Manchester United fan it will be recalled showed interest in switching over to football after retirement from athletics, and played for about 8 months for Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners before finally quitting the game.
Bolt is however not the only one in celebration mood as his partner Bennett is equally elated as they await the arrival of the baby, describing the pregnancy as the couple’s “biggest blessing” and “greatest celebration”.
It is safe to say that the awaited baby will thus be the opener as Bolt had in 2016 told People Magazine that he would love to have three kids.
“I’ve always said I want three kids. The other day I hung out with my buddy who has three kids and it was crazy.
“I was like, ‘Hmmmm do I really want 3 kids?’ But yes, yes I do. I’m sure of it,” he had said then in the interview.