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Brian Toand and his wife Moesha welcomed their first child, a baby boy.
The 25-year-old NRL star announced the exciting news on Instagram on Thursday, sharing several photos of the newborn, who was born on October 22.

The Penrith Panthers winger revealed in his post that their son is Atreus Gohanrome-Stephenny Toand
and#039;Sometimes the smallest things occupy the biggest space in your heart and#039; the couple filmed their message.
and#039;Thank you God for blessing us with our little boy.and#039;

Brian Toand#039;o and his wife Moesha welcomed their first child, a baby boy. Pictured with 2023 Dally M
Brian Toand#039;o and his wife Moesha welcomed their first child, a baby boy. Pictured with 2023 Dally M
Atreusand#039; the second name refers to the fictional character Gohan from the Dragon Ball manga and anime series.
Another part of his middle name could be a nod to Brianand#039’s three teammates – Jarome Luai, Stephen Crichton and Spencer Leniu.
Bub was also dressed in the series’ iconic orange uniform.

The Penrith Panthers winger revealed in his post that they have a son and his name is Atreus Gohanrome-Stephenny Toand#039;o
The Penrith Panthers winger revealed in his post that they have a son and his name is Atreus Gohanrome-Stephenny brought his parents a house after his NRL success.

Brian and Moesha shared a series of photos of their adorable son from the rugby star’s three national tours over the past three years. Brian and Moeshaand received warm congratulations from family, friends and fans.
Congratulations my brother, how good!!and#039; Josh Addo-Carr comments.

Congratulations brother and#039; Cameron Murray added.

and from all our heart. We love you so much and#039; wrote another. Brian and Moesha shared a series of photos of their adorable son with the rugby star’s three head coaches over the past three years.
Brian and Moesha shared a series of photos of their adorable son with the rugby star’s three head coaches over the past three years.

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The couple tied the knot in December 2022. Their wedding was live-streamed and attended by several of his fellow Panthers, including co-stars Nathan Cleary, Stephen Crichton and best man Jarome Luai.

Toand#039;o offered to partner Moesha in emotional scenes at Suncorp Stadium after the Panthers won their third championship with a 14-12 win over South Sydney in October 2021.
Moesha admitted that she wasn’t expecting a proposal after Toand#039;o came up to her after the match.
and#039;I thought he was going to come hug me as usual and#039; he told Channel Nine at the time. The couple had known each other for about eight years at the time and had been a couple for about two and a half years.
and#039;It was a huge year not only for me, but for my family and community and#039; Toand#039;o said in an interview after the game.

The couple tied the knot in December 2022 after getting engaged after the Panthers claimed their third premiership with a 14–12 win over South Sydney in October 2021.

The couple tied the knot in December 2022 after getting engaged after the Panthers claimed their third premiership with a 14–12 win over South Sydney in October 2021.
and#039;I want to thank my beautiful partner for saying yes. I am so grateful to be here and so lucky.
and#039;It is a really special moment to spend not only with your partner but also for your family while confined at home.and#039;

The NSW Origin representative also admitted he would still have asked the question had the Panthers lost to Souths. and#039;It was actually Origin that I had planned, but obviously with Covid-19 that didn’t happen so I took the next step to aim for the Grand Final [bid] and then we got the win and#039; Toand#039;o explained.

The NSW Origin representative admitted he would still have walked out of the question had the Panthers lost to Souths
The NSW Origin representative admitted he would still have walked out of the question had the Panthers lost to Souths
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