"I don't think Usain is ready to be a father at the moment. I think he is waiting until he is retired and they will have a quiet life." Bolt-Hylton, Usain's eldest sister, said she has not spoken to her brother since his low-keyed return to this island from the Olympic Games on Tuesday.She expects to talk to him sometime soon, but for now her focus is on getting her business off the ground.Their products are stocked in eight countries across Europe and are listed in the likes of Whole Foods, Planet Organic, Fenwick Bond Street and As Nature Intended in the UK.
William also discovered that used coffee grounds are high in antioxidants, can act as a natural microbead-free exfoliator, and the caffeine promotes blood flow - which has added skincare bonuses such as reducing the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks.After deciding to develop a skincare line, he enlisted the help of his younger sister, and the pair used their life savings, plus investment from their parents and from William's girlfriend (now wife) to launch the business.Anna, 24, told Mail Online: 'Our research has shown that as part of the health and wellness trend, people are now turning their focus to the products they put on their skin.'Fed up with chemicals, ocean-killing microbeads and animal-testing, they want natural and sustainable alternatives that they can trust.The 35-year-old mother of three, who said that she is close to the world's fastest man, said, "I would just like if they just stop now." "I think that he has had enough negativity.
He just needs to move on and focus on what he has set for himself." "He is always in the spotlight, so I don't know if people want their 15 minutes of fame.
William and Anna have since expanded their range and taken hemp husks from an organic co-operative farm in the Oxfordshire countryside to make their organic facial exfoliators.
Like their coffee scrubs, the masks use biodegradable ingredients which aren't harmful to the environment such as plastic microbeads.
The packaging is also recyclable, with glass vials, aluminium caps and an outer tube made from recyclable card.
Anna (pictured) told Mail Online: 'Whilst a lot of attention has historically been focused on what food we put inside our bodies, people are beginning to scrutinise more closely what they are putting on their bodies too'Adding to their range, the Brightmans have recently developed exotic scented soaps made from brewed chai tea spices.
The couple are at pains to explain that their love is completely platonic with no sexual attraction on either side.