Anushka Sharma is on cloud 9 as she’s currently parenting her newborn Vamika. On January 11, Anushka and Virat Kohli welcomed their first little bundle of joy- baby girl and announced the good news with an adorable post on social media. However, almost a week back, Anushka took to her Insta account and announced the name of her baby girl that sent her fans into a tizzy. The Pari actress had shared a complete family picture that made everyone’s hearts flutter. Now recently, Anushka Sharma shared another picture of herself. The actress was seen flaunting her post-partum body while sporting a black t-shirt and tights.
Sharing a picture of herself Anushka Sharma gave us a glimpse of her favourite cloth that is her baby girl Vamika’s burp cloth. Captioning the photo, the new mommy wrote, “Current favourite accessory - Burp cloth !” While we couldn’t get over her photo, Hardik Pandya, couldn’t help but relate with her photo. Commenting on the photo, Hardik wrote, “Most important thing.” Well, Anushka Sharma’s fans and friends can’t get over her post-partum body. Hardik Pandya along with wife Natasa Stankovic welcomed baby boy on July 30, last year.
Applauding her photo, her friends and fans wrote, “Did you have a baby!?,” while another said, “were you even pregnant.”
Annoucing the name of their baby, Anushka had shared a family photo and written alongside, “We have lived together with love, presence and gratitude as a way of life but this little one, Vamika has taken it to a whole new level! Tears, laughter, worry, bliss - emotions that have been experienced in a span of minutes sometimes! Sleep is elusive but our hearts are SO full Thanking you all for your wishes, prayers and good energy (sic).” (ALSO READ: Virat Kohli On Leaving The Australia Tour: ‘Becoming Father Remains The Greatest Moment Of My Life, But The Connection With The Team Doesn’t Go Away')
Images Source: instagram/anushkasharma/hardikpandya
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