Former Indian cricketer S Sreesanth and his wife Bhuvneshwari Kumari welcomed their second child on Wednesday.
The cricketer is extremely happy and he recently took to his social networking page to announce the same. The 33-year-fast-bowler took to Twitter to share the news and excitement with friends and relatives. He wrote, “I am delighted to tell you all our second Child arrives this Beautiful morning. A big, beautiful and healthy baby Boy! Love and respect”.
In a later tweet he wrote, “A big, beautiful and healthy baby Boy! Overwhelmed with happiness. Both Mother and baby are doing good”.
These are happier times for the couple which has endured lot of negativity and troubles in the past. Sreesanth, who has been a part of India’s 2007 World T20 and World Cup 2011 winning teams, was found guilty of spot-fixing during IPL 2013 and was subsequently banned by the BCCI for life. He even had to stay behind the bars for some time, which was a difficult period for the family. His wife Bhuvneshwari, who was then his ladylove, stuck to him in the difficult times and married him the same year. In May 2015.
Since then, Sreesanth has focussed on other things in life like considering acting in Malayalam movies as well as contesting the assembly elections on a BJP ticket, which he lost. All this while, he has maintained he wishes to play for India once again.
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