YouTuber Zaid Ali T, wife Yumnah Ali welcome baby boy

Zaid made the announcement with a heartwarming photo of son Izyan Ali Zaid holding his finger.


Entertainment Desk August 20, 2021

Congratulations are in order for YouTuber Zaid Ali T and his wife Yumnah Ali for welcoming their first child – a baby boy – into the world.

Zaid took to Instagram yesterday to make the announcement with a photo of little Izyan Ali Zaid holding his finger.

He wrote in the caption, "Alhamdulilah! [On] August 18th, 2021, we have been blessed with Izyan Ali Zaid.” He goes on to add that the birth of his son is the “best anniversary gift I could have asked for. Ya Allah tera lakh lakh shukar hai [Thank you God for your blessings].”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Fans and fellow celebrities have been congratulating the duo in the comment section of Zaid's post. “Congrats man, you did it!” wrote fellow content creator Shahveer Jafry. “Mashallah! Hope Yumna and baby are doing well. Warmest congratulations!” added actor Noor Zafar Khan.

“What a great day Mashallah. Congratulations to the both of you! Can't wait to meet little Izyan,” chimed in Zoya Nasir. Singer Bilal Abbas Khan, YouTuber Saad Ur Rehman and Shaam Idrees also sent the duo their greetings.

Zaid and Yumnah tied the knot on August 18, 2017 and announced that they were expecting their first child in March this year. They also shared a video of their gender reveal party on YouTube.

In July, Yumnah celebrated her 30th birthday and shared adorable photos online but instead of being on the receiving-end of birthday wishes, she received jibes for apparently being four years older than her husband. Provided Zaid claims to be 26-years-old and most desis believe the only acceptable form of marriage is between an older man and a much younger woman, Yumnah was not spared by trolls.

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