Shilpa Shetty And Daughter Samisha Get Papped In The City; They Make For The Cutest Mother-Daughter Duo Ever

Today, Shilpa Shetty and her adorable baby girl Samisha got clicked in the city. The sight of the mother-daughter duo is cute to say the least

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Shilpa Shetty And Daughter Samisha Get Papped In The City; They Make For The Cutest Mother-Daughter Duo Ever
It was in the month of February that Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra welcomed their second baby to the world. The couple became parents to an adorable baby girl through surrogacy. Shilpa and Raj chose the name Samish for their little one and ever since then, the actress has been sharing sweet updates about her daughter on social media. However, for very long, she managed to keep the face of her daughter hidden. Finally, last week, shutterbugs managed to click Shilpa and Samisha together, and we all got to see the little bundle of joy. Once again, shutterbugs clicked Shilpa and Samisha in the city.

Shilpa and Samisha got clicked wearing colour-coordinated outfits. The gorgeous mumma was dressed in a short blue dress. She paired her outfit with yellow shoes. Samisha too was seen in a blue dress with a white hairband nicely nestled in the arms of her mother. She looked cute as a button, we must say. Shilpa too looked chic and cute at the same time in her short dress.

It was recently that Shilpa had opened up about embracing motherhood again at the age of 45. To Neha Dhupia on her talk show, Shilpa was quoted saying, "I think yoga has made a big difference to what I used to be 10 years ago. I remember I did have a few meltdowns after Viaan because when you’re this first time mom, it’s very daunting and it just hits you. So it was difficult the first time around but now I feel it’s like a cake walk. #Guts to me, I am 45 and I’ve had another child. I’ll be 50 and my child is 5."




Image Source: Instagram/theshilpashetty
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