Supermodel Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik who got back together last year have got us on our toes when the couple announced that they are expecting their first child together. Just like fans, even we were a little too much excited for them embracing parenthood for the first time. Nevertheless, apart from gearing up to becoming a dad, the singer did something incredible for his little sister, making us believe he is a fantastic and a doting brother. According to reports in The Sun, the former One Direction member spent £254,000 for a luxurious house for his baby sister Safaa and her family. When converted to Indian rupees it comes up to Rs 2,37,12,039 only.
According to the source at The Sun, as Safaa didn't want to stay far away from her mother, Zayn thought to have purchased a detached house in Bradford, West Yorkshire, for Safaa and her husband Martin Tiser who gave birth to a baby girl Zaneyah. Talking about the same, a source revealed to the same portal, “They are delighted by Zayn’s kindness. He knew they needed their own place with a new baby but Safaa didn’t want to be too far away from her mum. So, buying a place in the same street was the ideal solution."
The source further states, "They’ve got their independence but a support network on the doorstep if they need it." Safaa tied the knot with sweetheart Martin in a traditional Muslim ceremony in September.
On the other hand, Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid are gearing up to becoming a father and mother. Meanwhile, Gigi has been sharing her pregnancy cravings and what’s keeping her busy during the quarantine. As we already know, the supermodel is a huge foodie and often tries her hands-on polishing her culinary skills, she shares a sneak peek of the same on her social media handle. ALSO READ: Parents-To-Be Gigi Hadid And Zayn Malik Hold Hands In Adorable First Pic Post Dropping Pregnancy News
Image source: Instagram/ Zayn
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