AB de Villiers and wife Danielle welcome their third child, share picture of daughter Yente de Villiers

South Africa batsman AB de Villiers and wife Danielle already have two sons, Abraham de Villiers, who was born in 2015 and John Richard de Villiers, who was born in 2017

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AB de Villiers and wife Danielle welcome their newborn daughter Yente de Villiers
AB de Villiers and wife Danielle welcome their newborn daughter Yente de Villiers. (Instagram Photo)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • AB de Villiers was in UAE for IPL 2020 until the first week of November
  • After RCB crashed out in the eliminator, he rushed back home to be with his family
  • He was initially also slated to take part in the upcoming Big Bash League, but later opted out of it

South Africa and Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman AB de Villiers on Friday took to Instagram to welcome the newest addition to his family.

His wife Danielle gave birth to a daughter on November 11 and the couple have named her Yente de Villiers.

The RCB star also posted a photo of the three of them and wrote, "On 11-11-2020, we welcomed a beautiful baby girl into the world Yente de Villiers, you are the perfect addition to our family and such a blessing. We are grateful beyond measure for YOU! Genade onbeskryklik groot. Dankie Here.”

The couple got married in 2013 and are parents to two sons. The De Villiers welcomed their first child Abraham de Villiers in 2015 and second son John Richard de Villiers in 2017.

Ever since the post went up, the wicket-keeper batsman has received over 1.45 lakh likes to his post and a steady stream of congratulatory messages.

AB de Villiers was in UAE for IPL 2020 until the first week of November as Royal Challengers Bangalore crashed out in the eliminator, and rushed back home to be with his family after the tournament.

He had a successful season for RCB and finished as the third-highest run-scorer with 454 runs in 15 matches at a strike rate of 158.74. His batting exploits helped his team make it to the play-offs for the first time since 2016.

The South African was initially also slated to take part in the upcoming Big Bash League, but later opted out to be with his family.

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