- Usain Bolt and wife Kasi Bennett announced that they are expecting a baby girl
- The party was held in both indoor and outdoor settings, with those in attendance dressed in all white
- The reveal was done in a unique way using a countdown to prepare the guests then lighting up the sky with bright pink flames
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Jamaican sprinting legend Usain Bolt is elated at the prospect of having a future female sports star in the family.
This is after he and wife Kasi Bennett announced that they are expecting a baby girl.
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The Olympic legend threw an exquisite reveal party at Peter's Rock in Kingston, the capital of his home country Jamaica, with family and friends in attendance.
In a video seen by Briefly.co.za, the lavish party was held in both indoor and outdoor settings with those in attendance dressed in all white.
Usain Bolt showed his delight in another video, saying he is happy to be a 'girl dad' and warned off any potential suitors in the future.
"Yo, I just did the reveal and I'm a girl dad," Bolt said before going at future suitors. "Any man, any boy! Don't play with me!"
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The event was definitely a hit as those in attendance danced to the live music from invited performers and also received gifts branded with Bolt's baby swag.
The reveal was done in a unique way using a countdown to prepare the guests then lighting up the sky with bright pink flames, which confirmed the gender.
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The couple originally shared the news that they were expecting a baby via social media.
The 33-year-old shared some stunning photos of Bennet in a truly spectacular maternity shoot.
Bennet was dressed in a beautiful flowing red dress while flaunting her growing baby bump.
Bolt and Bennet have been dating since 2014 but only went public four years ago.
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