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How Penrith Panthers star Jarome Luai had his baby girl induced to avoid clash with NRL grand final


Panthers star Jarome Luai is so serious about winning Sunday’s grand final, he had his newborn daughter with partner Bailey Paris Toleafoa induced on Monday to ensure the birth didn’t clash with the big game.

The 25-year-old welcomed daughter Halo, his third child with Toleafoa, on Monday – posting an adorable snap of the newborn in a crib wrapped in a hospital blanket.

The pair are already parents to Akira, 10 months, and Izzy, four. 

He followed up the snap with some shots of Izzy meeting his new baby sister, with the toddler smiling for a photo with his mother before kissing Halo sweetly on the cheek.  

Jarome Luai holds newborn daughter Halo while his four-year-old son Izzy gives his new sister a sweet kiss on the cheek

Jarome Luai holds newborn daughter Halo while his four-year-old son Izzy gives his new sister a sweet kiss on the cheek

Luai's partner Bailey Paris Toleafoa with the couple's son Izzy, with daughter Halo lying in the crib wrapped up in a hospital blanket

Luai’s partner Bailey Paris Toleafoa with…



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