Tennis legend Ash Barty drives fans crazy as she shares adorable photos of two-month-old son Hayden: ‘I love every minute of it’
Tennis legend Ash Barty and her husband Garry Kissick welcomed their son Hayden in July.
And on Saturday, the 27-year-old Wimbledon champion shared a precious gallery of snaps on Instagram capturing the baby spending quality time with his parents.
One adorable photo shows a beaming Barty cradling her sleeping baby, while another shows the boy cheekily looking at the camera from his playpen.
She also shared a sweet photo of her son resting on his father’s lap as Garry looks down lovingly on him.
“Outnumbered by boys.” “I love every single minute,” she wrote next to the photos.
Tennis legend Ash Barty, 27, (left) snuggled up to her two-month-old son Hayden (right) in adorable Instagram photos on Saturday.
Many of Ash’s celebrity friends immediately gushed over the heartwarming photos.
“What a cutie,” wrote swimming champion Giaan Rooney, while cricket legend Matthew Hayden added: “A neat hairdo for the boy.”
Barty spoke to us back in July News Corp and revealed what her life was like as a new mother.
One picture shows the youngster cheekily looking into the camera from his playpen
“It’s the best thing I’ve ever done and the hardest thing,” she said.
“Hayden is great, I feel so lucky.” “Garry and I are just enjoying some pretty quiet time together at home as a little family.”
She said the bond she formed with Hayden was “incredible.”
She also shared a sweet photo of her son resting on his father’s lap as Garry looks down lovingly on him
The Queensland native married her husband Garry Kissick in a private ceremony at a secret location in Queensland in July last year.
She met her husband during a round of golf at Brooklands Golf Club in Queensland in 2016 and they have been together ever since.
The 27-year-old sensationally quit the sport at the peak of her powers after reaching the decisive turning point at the Australian Open in January 2022 and dismissed suggestions that she might return to professional sport in the future.
In her memoir My Dream Time, Barty reveals how the passionate desire that made her a champion began to fade after her Wimbledon win in 2021.
The Queensland native married her husband Garry Kissick in a private ceremony at a secret location in Queensland in July last year