- Becoming a parent for the second time is always beautiful and this is the case for South African athlete Caster Semenya
- The stunner took to social media to share that she's having another baby and she's super excited about it
- Posting a sweet message about the bundle of joy online left social media users very happy for Caster's growing family
Caster Semenya is a proud parent and is getting ready to welcome another addition to her family. Sharing a sweet picture online, Cassper let all her followers know that motherhood was coming to her once again. She captioned the post:
"Ten little fingers, ten little toes. With love and grace, our family grows. This precious soul that God decided to bless us with. We all can’t wait to meet YOU!"
Caster is already a parent to a sweet little girl and can't wait to meet the new baby that's on the way. In the snap, it's clear that Violet Raseboya is expecting a new bundle of joy because she has a growing belly.
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Mzansi social media users react to the snap that Caster Semenya posted
Check out some of the reactions below:
"Caster's family maternity shoots are top tier. Even with their previous pregnancy and the little sneakers."
"Congratulations! May your new little one bring you immeasurable joy."
"This is beautiful wethu. Love and light to you your family."
"I congratulate you Caster and partner for the pregnancy. Bundle of joy on the way."
Wayde van Niekerk is also expecting a bundle of joy
In other news, Briefly News reported that Wayde van Niekerk, the South African 400m world record holder, and his wife Chesney are expecting their first child. The sprinter took to social media to share the positive news and is excited to be a dad. He wrote:
"Halala sisi": From unemployment to buying a new car, it all happened in just 1 year lucky Mzansi lady
"Crazy excited to announce we are having a baby!!! Blessings keep coming our way, stay tuned for the gender soon."
In 2017, Wayde and Chesney got married in a beautiful ceremony. Rachel Kolisi, Sue Duminy and Bryan Habana were among those who left messages of congratulations in the post's comment section.
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