Czech hockey forward David Pastrňák and his partner Rebecca Rohlsson announced a joyful news on the social network, they will become parents. They revealed the sex of the expected offspring in the form of a video.
“We can’t wait to welcome the little man,” the charming Swedish blonde wrote on Instagram, adding a cheerful video to the post.
Together with Pastrňák, they launch blue and pink confetti in it, while the girl’s color initially has the upper hand. In the end, however, the blue prevails and the satisfied couple rejoices and hugs in anticipation of the little boy.
The 24-year-old native of Havířov won the Maurice Richard trophy for the NHL’s top scorer last season, scoring 48 goals in the Boston jersey. Before Christmas, he won the Athlete of the Year poll, as the first hockey player after Jaromír Jágr.
Due to the September hip operation, he will not be able to start the new NHL season on Wednesday, January 13, but the good news in his private life has clearly scattered possible clouds and the attacker is looking forward to “Junior Pasta”.