Jamal Gaddafi and wife welcome third born
Media personality Jamal Gaddafi is over the moon after welcoming his third born. Speaking to Standard Entertainment and Lifestyle, Jamal said the privilege of being called a father could not be equated with anything in the world.
"This my third born now two boys and one girl. Anyone who has children knows first hand the satisfaction you get from being told you're "The best daddy in the whole world." Those kinds of positive pronouncements can have a profound effect on your self-esteem, allowing you to accomplish tasks you previously thought were impossible," he said.
Taking to social media to announce the arrival of his third born, Jamal shared a short clip and a snap revealing that the newborn's name is Emaad.
"I am delighted to announce that our precious little king Emaad and miracle arrived well and in good health. Alhamdulilah," he wrote in part.
"It's hard for any parent to face that, but at the end of day, you have to keep faith, have patience and let God take control of your life because he knows better. May God give them strength," he told Standard Entertainment and Lifestyle.
Just two weeks ago, Jamal had announced that together with his wife, Ahlam Faysal, they were expecting a bundle of joy. Through Instagram stories, Jamal shared a photo of his pregnant wife as he celebrated her birthday. He wrote that they expected a new family member and asked God to protect his wife through her delivery.
"Happy birthday to the mother of my kids. May God give you health and happiness. We are eagerly expecting a newcomer to our family. May God make it easy," he wrote.
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