Kasi Bennett—the partner and mother of sprint world record holder Usain Bolt’s three children—has shared an adorable, new photo and video of their twins Thunder and Saint Leo Bolt at 4 months old.
The Jamaican power couple revealed the twin boys to the world earlier this year on Father’s Day.
In her Instagram Stories today, Kasi shared the new photo of the twins in matching ‘It was him’ onesies and wrote, “Happy 4 months Papas!!!” Creating a montage, Kasi added a video clip of the twins kicking as their bright eyes stared into the camera.
Dad, Usain Bolt, 34, was tagged in the share as track 9 “Days Like These” played, off his new Country Yutes album. Usain’s co-conspirator Nugent ‘NJ’ Walker was heard singing “I’m always having days like this,” in the cute clip.
Bolt’s new Reggae album was released last Friday, September 3 and the 14-track project has been performing well on iTunes. In a press release, Bolt said of the project: “If you have followed my career over the years, you would see me always dancing and listening to music.”
“It’s no secret to the world that I love music. Music has just always been a part of my DNA,” he added.
The track star, who retired after the 2017 World Championships, previously produced three Dancehall riddims: Olympe Rosé Riddim (2019), the Immortal Riddim (2020), and the Clockwork Riddim (2021) featuring some of the biggest Jamaican Dancehall artists.
Meanwhile, the eight-time Gold medalist, though out of the island, reshared the twins’ video to his Instagram story.
Saint Leo and Thunder Bolt shocked the world in June when it was announced that there was not just one addition to Bolt’s growing family, but two new members. They did not reveal when the twins were born.
Bolt and Kasi also shared photos of themselves with the twins and older sister, Olympia Lightning. The newborns were seemingly asleep in wicker cribs while Olympia held a ball. At the time, Bennett wrote in one caption: “Happy Father’s Day to my forever love! Usain Bolt. You are the rock of this family and the greatest daddy to our little ones. We love you world without end!”
The twin boys’ names created a frenzy on Twitter as many lauded the name Thunder Bolt, which is a clear play on words and tribute to his Olympic 100m and 200m record-breaking career. Saint Leo is also Bolt’s middle name.
In August, Bolt tweeted an inevitable dad joke that played on the kid’s names that also got Twitter going.
“Thunder was misbehaving early this morning then Lightning decided to join the party
Earlier this year during the Tokyo Olympics, photos of the twins’ older sister, Olympia, were shared by both parents showing her wearing true Jamaican colors.
She was born in May 2020, with her name announced publicly two months later.
In July, Bolt revealed that he has every intention of marrying his partner of six years, Kasi Bennett. “I’m definitely going to get married in the future, for sure,” he had told The Mirror newspaper.