Kareena Kapoor Khan Shows Off Baby Bump In Sportswear, Shares Image On Instagram

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Actor Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is expecting her second child, showed off her baby bump in an Instagram post. She captioned the pic as “The two of us on the sets”. The actor who turned 40 this year announced her second pregnancy with husband Saif Ali Khan in August 2020.

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The Jab We Met actor rang in her 40th birthday amidst the pandemic in September this year, with her father, Randhir Kapoor, her mother, Babita Kapoor, her sister, Karishma Kapoor and her husband.

“As I enter my 40th year… I want to sit back, reflect, love, laugh, forgive, forget and most importantly pray and thank the strongest force up there for giving me the strength and thank my experiences and decisions for making me the woman I am… Some right, some wrong, some great, some not so… but still, hey BIG 40 make it BIG,” Khan wrote in an Instagram post.


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Kareena Kapoor Khan on being a working mom

Speaking about resuming work soon after she delivered her son Taimur, Khan had said in an interview with IANS back in 2017, “I have always balanced my work and my marriage. People thought that I wouldn’t, and I did. I am going to continue to do that. I think women know how to multi-task.” She further added, “Today, you see working women out there. If you have a family, if you have a child… It doesn’t mean you are home-bound. Of course, there is time for that and work.”

In 2018, while participating in a discussion on ways to eliminate preventable neonatal deaths, Khan spoke on the importance of sharing parenting duties, “It takes two to tango. It takes two to make a child, and we need to share the load and responsibility. Of course, what a mother can do, a father can’t, but there are a lot of things that a father can bring to a table that probably a mother can’t. And, if we are lucky to have that support, I should use it to the fullest.” You can read about it here.