Usain Bolt announces he’s secretly welcomed twins with partner Kasi Bennett
Usain Bolt has surprised fans with the announcement that he’s secretly welcomed twins with his partner Kasi Bennett.
The retired Olympic athlete shared the exciting news on Sunday to mark Father’s Day, releasing a photo shoot of his expanded family.
In the gorgeous shoot, Usain and Kasi are seen dressed up in white and cream outfits with their newborn boys on either side of them. Their one-year-old daughter, Olympia Lightning Bolt, is perched in the middle wearing a pretty dress.
Confirming the babies’ names, Usain captioned the image: ‘Saint Leo Bolt ⚡️ Thunder Bolt ⚡️.’
Kasi also posted footage from the photo shoot showing her and Usain chatting and holding hands while laying down, with Olympia and the twins at the their feet.
‘Happy Father’s Day to the greatest man & dad,’ she wrote alongside it.
‘You are the rock of this family and the greatest daddy to our little ones. We love you world without end!’ she added.
The couple welcomed their first child, daughter Olympia, in May 2020.
Usain and Kasi kept their daughter’s name and image under wraps for several weeks before sharing the first glimpse of the tot.
In a post to mark his longtime partner’s birthday, Usain wrote: ‘I want to wish my gf @kasi.b a happy birthday and To let u know I am happy I get to spend ur special day with u. I want nothing but happiness for u and will continue to doing my best keeping a smile on ur face.
‘Now we have started a new chapter together with our daughter Olympia Lightning Bolt I look forward to what the future will bring for us but be reassured that I will be the ROCK for this family [sic].’
He added: ‘I Love you and happy 21th birthday [sic].’
News of Olympia’s birth was announced by Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness, two months after the couple hosted a baby shower.
Usain retired from sports in 2017 after winning eight Olympic gold medals.
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