New Delhi: As the royal couple of Bollywood Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan have blessed their second child, a baby boy, congratulations are in order. The couple had their first child, Taimur Ali Khan, in December 2016.
Family and fans alike have stormed the internet with warm wishes upon the arrival of couple’s new born. Kareena’s sister and Bollywood actress Karisma is also all excited as she has become masi once again. To show her excitement, Karisma has shared an adorable throwback picture on Instagram featuring her father and actor Randhir Kapoor, herself and Kareena. The photo dates back to the time when Kareena was born.
“That’s my sis when she was a new born and now she’s a mama once again !! And I’m a masi again so excited. #goodwishes #congratulations #onlylove,” Karisma wrote in her caption.
Earlier, Kareena’s cousin Riddhima Kapoor Sahni and Saif’s elder sister Saba Ali Khan had also congratulated the couple on the arrival of their bundle of joy.
Talking about how Tamiur welcomed his sibling, Randhir Kapoor told TOI, “Oh! He’s delighted. He is very happy about having a little brother. In fact, even Saif is excited. He is very happy, so is my daughter, and I just bless them all from the core of my heart,” he said.
Kareena Kapoor Khan kept working until the last trimester of her pregnancy. The actor has, in fact, worked through her first pregnancy as well. She had opened up about working while expecting in an interview to Bombay Times and said, “No, there has never been any plan that I have to do this or that. It’s just that I have never been that kind of a person who would sit at home and say, ‘Now I want to put my feet up’. I am doing what I want to do. Working — whether it’s during my pregnancy or post-delivery — has been a point to just say that when has anyone ever said that pregnant women can’t work? In fact, the more active you are, the healthier the baby is and the happier the mother is. After delivery, too, once you feel fit enough, one should do what they feel like doing, and try to balance it out between giving time to the child as well as your work and yourself. I have always been very proud of being a working mother.”