The 34 year old excited father announced the news on Father’s Day via his Instagram with a lightning bolt emoji next to each of his children’s names. He posted a photo of him and partner Kasi Bennett, with their twin boys and one-year-old daughter Olympia Lightning. However, the couple did not say when exactly the twins were born.
The mother of the twins, also posted a photo with the babies, saying Bolt was; “the rock of this family and the greatest daddy to our little ones”.
His daughter Olympia Lightning was born in May 2020, but her name was announced publicly two months later. However, before her birth, the champion had kept his followers updated of Bennett’s pregnancy on his social media. But this time, neither he nor Bennett had posted about her pregnancy with the twins.
The Jamaican sprinting icon, retired from athletics in 2017 and still holds the 100m and 200m world records, making him the fastest man in history.
He is also the only man to have won three 100m Olympic titles and 23 major gold medals during his career.
After leaving athletics he tried to play professional football, but then announced he was leaving sports entirely in 2019.