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Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan stepped into the most beautiful phase of their lives i.e., parenthood, for the first time in 2016 when they had welcomed their firstborn, Taimur Ali Khan. Four years later, the stork had visited the couple with Taimur’s sibling and Saifeena (Saif and Kareena fondly called by their fans) became proud parents of another baby boy. The moment a woman conceives, everyone has advice on what, when, how and where’s of pregnancy. In the case of celebrities, not just relatives, netizens and trolls too, give their unwanted advice and things aren’t any different with newbie mother, Kareena. (Also Read: Arpita Khan Sharma And Aayush Sharma Shower Love On 'Little Brat', Ayat Sharma On Maldives Vacation)
2021 brought along a lot of happiness and love in the Kapoor-Pataudi household as Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan welcomed their second child and their firstborn, Taimur Ali Khan became a big brother. It was a year ago when Kareena had made her debut on Instagram and it was indeed one of the best things that happened in 2020. More than a week after delivering her second child, Kareena had made a PHAT comeback on her IG handle. Kareena, radiating her newbie mom’s glow, had posted a no-makeup selfie and captioned it as "Oh hello there... Missed you all."
After about two weeks of rest, Kareena Kapoor Khan stepped out to meet her friend, Amrita Arora Ladak at her residence and she kept her look breezy in an oversized blue shirt with flared white pants. Malaika Arora too, joined her BFF, Kareena and sister, Amrita at the latter’s house for a lunch get-together. While some were swooned by Kareena’s post-pregnancy look, a few of them trolled her for stepping out, leaving her newborn child at home. Some netizens on Instagram posted the meanest comments for Kareena, trolling her for visiting her friend and not bringing along her newborn child.
Not just this, when Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan had welcomed their second child, the netizens had once again trolled the couple for naming their firstborn, Taimur Ali Khan and had suggestions on what the newbie parents should name their second child. Ever since the report of Kareena delivering a baby boy was confirmed by the family, the couple was harassed online. During a conversation with Barkha Dutt, Kareena had recalled her experience when she was trolled for naming her firstborn, Taimur, "A certain famous personality came to visit me in the hospital and it had not been even eight hours. This person in a conversation had the gall to say 'What’s with you, why have you named your son Taimur?'. And I remember I started crying and this person was asked to leave. Caste, creed or religion...it didn't feature in the scheme of things for us." (Also Read: Karan Singh Grover Talks About His Wife, Bipasha Basu's Pregnancy, Jokes About His 'Pregnancy Glow')
Remember how gracefully Kareena Kapoor Khan became an inspiration when she had shattered the norms that a pregnant woman or newbie mother should stay at home and had floored us by becoming a showstopper, flaunting her baby bump and walking the ramp just 45 days after delivery? For walking the ramp at the Lakme Fashion Week as a showstopper for Sabyasachi Mukerji, a pregnant Kareena had become a trend-setter in a true sense and she looked no less than a queen. Taking the bar higher of being a showstopper, Kareena had once again stolen our hearts when she walked the ramp just 45 days after her delivery and looked like a vision in a beautiful gold and white hand-crafted embroidered ensemble by designer, Anita Dongre.
A few days ago, newbie mommy, Kareena Kapoor Khan had posted a selfie from a salon, where she was undergoing a hair makeover. Flaunting the new look of her chopper off tresses and Balayage coloured hair, Kareena had posted a no-makeup, sunkissed selfie and revealed that she was now ready for burp clothes and diapers. Kareena captioned her post as "Ok I’m ready for more burp cloths and diapers." (Also Read: Soha Ali Khan Gifts Her Daughter, Inaaya A Four-Legged Cutie And It's Not A Puppy, [Pictures Inside])
We hope that this negativity and hate on social media for celebrities stop as soon as possible!