What else could have been better than taking their little princess home on the occasion of New Year 2020? Just now Arpita Khan Sharma along with husband Aayush Sharma and son Ahil have been snapped outside the hospital. On the occasion of Salman Khan’s birthday (Dec 27), the Sharma duo welcomed their baby no 2 into this world and today they are taking her home. Carrying their little Ayat into his arms, Ayush, Arpita and Ahil pose for the shutterbugs.
Wearing a red and black knee-length dress, Arpita poses with her family and newborn. Earlier, it was reported that Arpita wants to welcome their 2nd baby on Salman Khan’s birthday, which happens to be on December 27. Yesterday, the parent duo Arpita and Aayush shared a few pictures on Instagram and captioned it, “Welcome to this beautiful world Ayat. You’ve brought a lot of happiness into our lives. May you touch everyone’s life with a lot of love and joy.” (ALSO READ: Arpita Khan-Aayush Sharma Welcome Their Li'l Princess, Announce Her Name On Social Media)
Welcoming his niece into this world, Mamu Jaan Salman tweeted, “Welcome to this beautiful world Ayat. Thank u Arpita n Ayush for the best birthday gift for the whole family. May everyone who reads this bless her n may she grow up n make everyone proud. Thank u for all the love n respect. You all have been very kind, thank u thank u thank u!”
On his birthday, Salman Khan addressed media and told reporters, “Abhi ho gaya mama ka aur chacha ka, ab baap banna hai bas”. He also said, “I woke and checked my phone and saw the picture of Ayat nothing could have been a better gift than this to our family. She is beautiful. Ab iske baad to December 27 ka matlab hi badal gaya in our family. In fact, I just tweeted to my fans that I really want to thank them for their love and good wishes. I have become mama again, I am an uncle too bas kisike baap nehi bane.”
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