It looks like congratulations are in order for AFL great Adam Goodes and wife Natalie Croker!
The Sydney Swans legend and his wife Natalie welcomed a beautiful baby girl on Wednesday.
The Australian sports star announced he was expecting his first child with Natalie back in February, much to the delight of sports fans.
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Goodes has previously spoken about his 2016 wedding to Natalie in GQ magazine, telling the publication: "I had an Indigenous wedding ceremony with my wife, who’s not Indigenous and she was able to learn about her kinship."
The Australian of the Year recipient also spoke with pride of his indigenous heritage and how he is going to raise his daughter.
“So the most exciting thing for me is from day one this baby is going to know it’s an aboriginal person and is connected to the longest living culture in the world, which is something I didn’t have when I was growing up," Goodes told the publication.
“Every opportunity we can we’ll be giving him or her an indigenous experience, teaching him or her about what it means to be Aboriginal. For me as a father, I feel I have a role to play to instil that culture, as well as discipline and having fun.”
The news comes after Goodes received a belated apology from the AFL after the Brownlow medallist winner had to cop a barrage of racist heckling at the end of his career, that was the catalyst of his early retirement from the game.