AFLW superstar Chelsea Randall and two-time Adelaide Crows premiership player Marijana Rajcic have shared “amazing” baby news.
In April this year the AFLW power couple revealed they were expecting.
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Then, on Sunday, Randall surprised everyone, announcing that the baby had indeed arrived.
“Welcome to the world Tomi Randall,” she said on Instagram.
“Our beautiful boy. We are SO in love.”
The proud parents announced the news on Sunday. Credit: Instagram
Tomi was born on Friday but Randall and Rajcic told the public two days later.
Friends, family, AFL and AFLW stars, and fans were all quick to congratulate the jubilant couple.
“Yessssssss congratulations legends amazing news! Welcome Tomi 💙💙💙” wrote veteran Adelaide forward Taylor Walker.
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The Adelaide Football Club also shared the news on their website, saying: “A huge congratulations to Chelsea and MJ!”
Fans were also thrilled, and they loved the name.
One fan wrote: “Congratulations to you both! Well done Supermum Rajcic32 👏,”
While another said: ““CONGRATULATIONS GUYS! He is absolutely gorgeous! Love the name! Well done guys! Love this so much 💙.”
And another said: “Aww Congratulations 🎉 He is gorgeous 💕.”
Crows fans were already predicting a bright AFL future for little Tomi.
“Awww how precious! Congrats to you both, and congrats to the Crows on securing the first mother-son recruit 😂,” one fan said on Instagram.
Fans loved the name ‘Tomi’. Credit: Instagram
Rajcic and Randall’s love story began when they entered the reality TV show The Amazing Race.
They were best friends but their relationship soon became a romance.
Rajcic had an elite soccer career and was previously captain of Adelaide United before switching codes and becoming an AFLW premiership player.
She announced her retirement from AFLW in January but is still with Adelaide in an assistant coaching role.
Randall guided the Crows to their inaugural AFLW premiership in 2017, followed by another two in 2019 and 2022 (Season 6).
She is also a three-time All-Australian and the sole captain of the side, since Erin Phillips jumped ship to cross-town rivals Port Adelaide.
Randall is also part of the men’s coaching ranks where she works as an AFL development coach.
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