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The eight-time Olympic gold medalist took to social media on Sunday to show off his beautiful new babies. The twins — aptly named Thunder and Saint Leo Boltwere announced via a family photo posted on the runner’s Instagram.

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The picture boasted an earthy tone aesthetic with backgrounds, props, and outfits that complemented the soft color scheme and overall style of the endearing shoot.

sat next to his partner, Kasi Bennett, their daughter, Olympia Lightning Bolt — who was born in 2020 — and the new babies, who both seemed to sleep peacefully in their matching baskets.

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usain bolt welcomes newborn twins in adorable fathers day instagram post

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Bennett, a Jamaican model, shared another similarly sweet snapshot from the photoshoot on her own Instagram. She captioned it with the simple yet touching, “Happy Father’s Day to my forever love! @usainbolt You are the rock of this family and the greatest daddy to our little ones. We love you world without end!”

The birth and announcement of the twins came as a surprise to many fans of the professional runner, who had no idea that Bennett and Bolt were expecting again so soon after the birth of their daughter, Olympia.

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There will many messages of love and excitement in the comments from family, friends, fans, and celebrities congratulating the happy family on their beautiful new additions to the family.

But that wasn’t Bolt’s only Father’s Day pic this June. He also posted a picture of himself and his father in a warm embrace captioned, “Happy Father’s Day to Greatest Father a boy could you ever have [praying emoji] [hands out emoji] #Pops”.

Usain Bolt is the current world-record holder for the fastest 100 meter and 200 meter dash, as well as the 4x 100 meter relay. The lightning fast 34-year-old athlete has participated in the Olympics on three separate occasions in 2008, 2012, and in 2016, after which he retired. He is presently believed to be the fastest sprinter in the world.