- Phil Younghusband shared some great news on social media about his family life
- The former football player happily introduced his newborn baby boy, Philip James
- His wife Margaret gave birth to baby Philip on June 12 and that he was named after his father and grandfather
- The couple posted on social media to express their love and appreciation for their first child
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Phil Younghusband, a former member of the Philippine Azkals, shared some great news on social media.
KAMI learned that the former football player introduced his newborn baby boy, Philip James.
According to Phil, his wife Margaret gave birth to baby Philip on June 12 and that he was named after his father and grandfather.
Both Phil and Margaret posted on social media to express their love and appreciation for their first child.
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“Very proud to introduce Team Younghusband’s new signing Philip James Younghusband, named after his Grandad and Dad.
“Born in the early hours of June 12th. Mummy and baby Philip are both very well and healthy @margaretyounghusband and I are both overwhelmed with emotion for our bundle of joy. Thank you Baby Philip for making us the happiest Mummy and Daddy in the world,” Phil posted on Instagram.
"To give birth to you just a few days before my birthday makes this the most special birthday in my life," Margaret posted online.
In a previous report by KAMI, Phil went viral after announcing his retirement from playing football.
Phil Younghusband is a retired football player who used to play for the Philippine Azkals. He used to be in a relationship with actress Angel Locsin. The star athlete got married to Margaret in July 2019.
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