Here is how Hardik Pandya’s wife Natasa Stankovic’s ex-boyfriend reacted to her marriage and baby
Natasa Stankovic's ex-boyfriend Aly Goni recently reacted to her pictures where she is holding her son junior Hardik Pandya. Read on
Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya surprised everyone when he announced his engagement with Indian based Serbian dancer and actress Nataša Stanković on January 1 this year. Later during the coronavirus lockdown, he again announced that both of them are expecting a baby and that they have got married.
Last month, on July 30, Natasa and Hardik became proud parents of a baby boy. No doubt 2020 is one of the best years for the couple.
Since then, many pictures are being shared on their social media pages. Recently, Natasa took to Instagram to share a picture with her son and wrote, "When I hold you, life makes sense. #mamasboy #blessings (sic)."
Fans and celebs showed their love to the baby and wished the couple with comments and emojis. In one of the pictures, Natasa's ex-beau Aly Goni reacted that we couldn't miss.
Aly shared heart emojis on the picture, which shows there is no bad blood between them after the breakup. Not just now, he had also shared happiness when Natasa's engagement to Hardik came out.
In an interview with TOI, Aly had earlier revealed, "Natasa told me about her relationship with Hardik some time ago. She really loves him a lot and so does he. I remember, during 'Nach Baliye', he would often call to check on her. They look nice together and I am very happy for her. They make a perfect match. Natasa is a darling; she is sweet and caring."
He also talked about their sudden engagement and that even Natasa was not aware of Hardik's plans. "No, I wasn't. Even Natasa was taken by surprise; or else, she would have told me because we are close. I messaged her and she said that the feeling is still sinking in."
Aly had also revealed that though he had not had a chance to meet Hardik, they both have spoken a couple of times. "I have spoken to him a couple of times, as Natasa and I would practically be together for eight-nine hours rehearsing for 'Nach Baliye'. I plan to meet them soon and congratulate them in person."