Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech release the first images of their baby Orion, and the cricketer claims he’won’t be like his father Yograj, who…’


On Father’s Day, cricketer Yuvraj Singh and actress Hazel Keech released the first images of their baby, Orion Keech Singh, and revealed his name. “Welcome to the world Orion Keech Singh,” Yuvraj said on Instagram, alongside a photo of the infant in their arms. Mummy and Daddy are smitten with their little “puttar.” Every grin twinkles in your eyes, and your name is written among the stars #HappyFathersDay.”

Yuvraj is also seen feeding their son in images posted by Hazel. One of Orion was also shared with her father. “Happy first Father’s Day to you @yuvisofficial,” she wrote in a long note. You’ve been looking forward to this day since we first met, and now you’re a burping, bottle-feeding, nappy-changing, rocking-baby-to-sleep Papa, complete with all the sleep deprivation and vomit that comes with the chuckles, grins, and delight. You’re a fantastic hands-on dad, and I admire the effort you put in, always giving it your all xx.”

“Happy Father’s Day to you as well, Granddad,” she continued. I like how Orion gets to see so much of you as you wait for him to grow large enough to fling about. @yograjofficial, happy Father’s Day! Orion is waiting for you to shave your beard and meet Grandpa with the deep voice. Xxx.”

Yuvraj talked about calling his baby Orion in an interview with Hindustan Times. “Orion is a constellation, and your child is your star as a parent.” I was watching some episodes while Hazel was pregnant and sleeping in the hospital when the name came to me, and Hazel liked it right away. “I wanted Hazel’s surname to appear in the baby’s name, so that’s how it happened,” he explained.

When asked if he wants his son to become a cricketer, Yuvraj stated that he will support his son in any endeavour he chooses. “I’d always encourage him, whether he became a sportsman, an actress, or pursued whatever vocation he chose.” I’m not going to be like my father, who told me, “You’ll only play cricket.” ‘I want to make him a quick bowler,’ my father said when my son was born, and I told him, ‘Dad, too much pressure too soon.’ Allow him to leave the hospital first.’ So that’s the fun aspect, but I wouldn’t force him to participate in a certain sport,” he remarked.