Hassan Ali shares adorable clicks with his daughter
Pakistani fast bowler Hassan Ali has treated his fan base with an endearing and adorable post along with her little daughter.
Hassan Ali and his Indian wife Samiya Arzoo had welcomed their first baby daughter in April 2021.
The right-arm pacer took to his Instagram recently and shared few adorable clicks with his baby Helena. “One of the greatest gifts of Allah almighty. Allah ki rahmat daddy ki jaan,” he captioned the lovely post.
He further added, “P.S don’t forget to say MashaAllah!”
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The loveable post has garnered immense love reacts as the fans gush over the father-daughter duo. The internet users also showered the little angle with prayers and wishes.
At the time of his child’s arrival, Hassan Ali was playing an ODI series in South Africa against the Proteas.
“Allahumduillah! Allah has blessed us with the baby girl. Welcome to our family my princess. I wish this little angel have wonderful dreams. May the almighty always be with her to fulfill her dreams on the walk of her life. Ameen, Please remember in your dua,” he had said on Twitter.
It is pertinent to mention here that the fast bowler had tied the knot with Samiya Arzoo at a seven-star hotel in Dubai in August 2019.
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