Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan have been blessed with their second baby boy. The Veerey Di Wedding actress was admitted to Mumbai’s Breach Candy hospital and he delivered a baby boy on February 21. Taimur Ali Khan was also born in the Breach Candy Hospital and it was expected that she would choose the same hospital for her second child. Ever since the news is out, fans are extremely happy and are congratulating the couple through social media. Kareena Kapoor Khan‘s father Randhir Kapoor is over the moon after he became a grandfather again. The veteran actor shared his happiness and also revealed Taimur Ali Khan’s reaction to the arrival of his baby brother. In an interview with the Times Of India, Randhir Kapoor spoke about the same.
He said, “Oh! He’s delighted. He is very happy about having a little brother. In fact, even Saif is excited. He is very happy, so is my daughter, and I just bless them all from the core of my heart.” Randhir Kapoor also said that the little baby and Kareena are both safe and healthy. He said, “I have not seen my grandson yet but I have spoken to Kareena and she’s told me she’s alright, and the baby is healthy, too. I am very happy, in fact, over the moon to become a grandfather again. I am eager to see the little one. I am already praying for his well-being.” Earlier, it was Randhir Kapoor who had revealed that Kareena was due on February 15. Randhir Kapoor was recently spotted at the Breach Candy hospital along with Saif Ali Khan and Taimur Ali Khan.
Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan have reportedly decided to put stricter rules in place to protect the privacy of their child. As we know, Taimur Ali Khan was the paparazzi’s obsession for a long time as people could not get enough of the adorable munchkin.
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