Hardik Pandya and Bollywood actress Natasha Stenkovic are ready to welcome a new member to their home

New Delhi Cricketer Hardik Pandya and Sarbian model- Bollywood actress Natasha Stankovic got engaged earlier this year. Now both of them have given new news to their fans. Hardik and Natasha have informed that a new guest is coming to their house soon. He has also shared a picture. Hardik and Natasha have given this information through their official Instagram. 

Hardik and Natasha shared a picture of baby bump together.¬†Sharing the photo, Natasha wrote, ‘Hardik and I have come a long way together.¬†It is getting better over time.¬†We are excited to welcome a new guest to life very soon.¬†We are super excited about this new command in life.¬†Politely ask for your blessings and best wishes. ‘

Significantly, on January 1, Hardik and Natasha had informed about their engagement through Instagram. He announced this along with some of his close and family members. Even then both of them had made a lot of headlines. Even after this, they shared such pictures many times, in which they are seen very close to each other. This time also with the pregnancy, they have shared a picture in which both of them are seen worshiping.  

You would know that Hardik Pandya is part of the Indian cricket team. In the IPL, he plays for Mumbai Indians. At the same time, talking about Natasha, she made her Bollywood debut through the film Satyagraha. However, he got recognition through TV reality shows ‘Nach Baliye’ and ‘Bigg Boss’. Natasha became part of Salman Khan hosted show Bigg Boss Season 8. Apart from this, she has also appeared in Badshah’s song ‘DJ Wale Babu’.

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