Husband Hailey and NBA player Shai Gilgeous-Alexander are expecting their first child together


On Sunday, the couple announced the news on Instagram.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, a basketball player for the Oklahoma City Thunder, will soon get a new title!

The 25-year-old Canadian athlete and his girlfriend Hayley Summers announced their first child’s impending arrival on Instagram on Sunday.

The post featured a cute picture of the NBA player holding Summers’ growing baby bump while closing his eyes and grinning from ear to ear. The soon-to-be mother, wearing a long-sleeved top with a crop and black leggings, grinned at the camera as she proudly showed off her expanding tummy.

The good news was not elaborated upon in the announcement, but Gilgeous-Alexander captioned the photo with the message, “2024…🩶♾️.”

Chet Holmgren, another basketball player, said, “2 2.0 🔜.” Nerlens Noel, an athlete, wrote, “Yessa Shai Dai!🔥💯.” The soon-to-be parents have been together for a minimum of six years, said ClutchPoints. Summers shares Gilgeous-Alexander’s athletic prowess.

She reflects on her experience as a member of the University of Albany soccer team in one of her few Instagram postings.

Five years later, she wrote in the caption of her 2021 post, “Thanks for the soccer, for all things, but most of all, thank to you for delivering me the greatest circle of friendships I could have asked for ❤️ #2 out.”

Gilgeous-Alexander has been busy modeling SKIMS, Kim Kardashian’s clothing line, in addition to playing basketball. He was chosen to represent the company’s menswear in its campaign alongside Brazilian soccer player Neymar Jr. and the San Francisco 49ers defensive back Nick Bosa.

According to a press release, the players were chosen for the campaign by the corporation on the basis of their unique style, background, and ability to engage with people outside of athletics.

During a recent interview with 43-year-old Kardashian for Interview magazine, Gilgeous-Alexander discussed the support he received from friends and family in managing his mental health.

“A lot of what I do with family and friends, simply because it provides me an opportunity to get away from being in the spotlight on the professional sports life,” he stated. “A lot of of them go back to live regular lives, so I get to step away from the entire chaos that this life brings until I’m with them.”


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