Boxing star buys 1-year-old son N15.6m Rolex watch as birthday gift
- Muhammad Zaviyar Khan, Amir Khan's son is due to turn one in a couple of days
- Khan, an Olympic medalist has resolved to spoil the youngster with an expensive timepiece
- According to the boxer, the little one's collection of watches needs "to be on point"
- The 34-year-old is known for giving his children a treat during their birthdays having spent over £75,000 for his daughter's birthday bash
Boxing star Amir Khan has stunned his fans after splashing an eyewatering £30,000 to buy his one-year-old son, Muhammad Zaviyar Khan, a new Rolex watch.
Khan took to his Instagram to reveal he had bought his son the expensive timepiece which he will receive in a month's time.
It is understood the toddler will get the stunning gift on Monday, February 22, with Khan revealing the watch will be his son's birthday present as he will be turning one in a matter of days.
Whereas the little one will undoubtedly not make sense of the gift just yet, a quick spot-check established it costs an arm and a leg to own one.
He posted as cited by GiveMeSport:
"Got my little boy his first birthday present, his watch collection needs to [be] on [point]."
Known for his lavish lifestyle, it is not the first time the Olympic silver medalist has splashed staggering amounts of money to spoil his kids.
Back in 2019, he and his wife, Faryal Makhdoom, are believed to have spent over £75,000 for their daughter Alayna's first birthday bash hosted at the University of Bolton stadium.
More than 200 guests reportedly turned up for the lavish party which had the venue decorated with animal tropical statues.
The 34-year-old former lightweight world champion also often treats himself to expensive gifts as he boasts of a wide range of luxurious cars including Lamborghini Aventador, Rolls Royce Phantom and a Range Rover.
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