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Foreign Affairs Minister, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan steps into 2016 as grandad

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Dr Vivian Balakrishnan announced the birth of his grandson a little past 10pm on the last day of last year. At 54, Dr Vivian is certainly a very young grandfather.
In announcing his grandson’s birth, the Minister said:
“Our newborn grandson wishes everyone a very Happy New Year! You only truly understand how much your parents love you when you hold your own child for the first time. Today my daughter and her husband will discover this fact of life.
I wish all your families much happiness and good health as we celebrate the New Year and new life.”
The Independent Singapore wishes Dr Vivian, his daughter and her family our heartiest congratulations!

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