The celebrity power-couple Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan has revealed in a statement on social media, announcing that they are expecting their second child together. The statement read, “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”, the statement read.
Soha Ali Khan took to Instagram to congratulate her brother and sister-in-law. “Couldn’t resist! Congratulations @kareenakapoorkhan be safe and healthy – and radiant as ever !”, she wrote.
Earlier, on a chat show, Kareena had said that she and Saif have been planning to expand their family. She also added that they will definitely have a second baby. Kareena and Saif’s son Taimur has been ruling the internet since he was born. He is a favourite of the paps and Kareena shares photos of Taimur and Saif on Instagram every now and then.
Source: The Quint
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