Yesterday, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan announced their 2nd pregnancy. After Taimur, the Pataudi couple will soon have an addition in their family. As it’s a happy time for the entire Pataudi and Kapoor parivaar, Tim Tim will soon get a playmate. After tying the knot in October 2012 Saif and Kareena welcomed their first bundle of joy, Taimur in December 2016. Now after 4 years, Saifeena are set to welcome baby no 2 and we couldn’t be happier.
As the congratulatory messages have been pouring in for the Pataudi parivaar, the reports of her delivery month are already out and doing the rounds on the internet. According to a report in Pinkvilla, Saifeena second bundle of joy will arrive in the month of March next year. The same report also states, Bebo is currently in her first trimester and elated parents-to-be can’t wait for their 2nd baby’s arrival. Confirming actress’ due date Randhir told Pinkvilla, “Bebo and Saif gave us the news a few days ago. I am delighted and very very happy. Kareena is due for sometime around March next year.”
Randhir Kapoor is also delighted after learning about her daughter's 2nd pregnancy. Randhir told Mumbai Mirror, “I am absolutely delighted, I have been telling Kareena for so long that Taimur needs a brother or sister to play with. We are all very happy and we pray, it’s a healthy, happy child.” Soha Ali Khan, on the other hand, took to Insta to congratulate her brother on their 2nd pregnancy. Sharing a picture, Soha called him, ‘Quadfather.’
Announcing the good news Saif and Kareena said, “We are very pleased to announce that we are expecting an addition to our family !! Thank you to all our well-wishers for all their love and support.” (ALSO READ: Randhir Kapoor Is Elated With News Of Kareena Kapoor Khan's Pregnancy: ‘Been Telling Kareena, Taimur Needs A Brother Or Sister To Play With’)
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