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Being a mother is one of the biggest blessings and she can go to any extent to prove her love for her children. Just by looking at her child’s face, she can judge what are they going through. She is their first best friend, their confidant and their emotional anchor throughout their growing years. For mothers, who have teenagers, the task of managing them becomes a bit different as they have to understand their child’s problem as a friend before being a mother. And actress turned politician, Smriti Irani is the perfect example of the same. (Also Read: Sushmita Sen's Daughter, Renee Sen Reveals Why She Chose Not To Know Who Her Biological Parents Are)
Smriti Irani is a mother of two adorable kids, Zohr Irani and Zoish Irani. She is also a stepmother of Shanelle, her husband, Zubin’s daughter from his previous marriage. Smriti, who is known as one of the coolest ministers, is also one of the most proactive mothers, who has aced the relationship of a mother with her children. She always manages to keep her fans updated about her family and kids and is often seen sharing beautiful pictures with them.
As Smriti’s daughter, Zoish is all set to appear for her 12th Boards this year, the doting mommy took a trip down the memory lane and recalled her first day at school. Smriti took to her IG handle and shared a throwback picture with Zoish and wrote, “#throwback to my girl’s first day at school as she now preps for her 12th standard board exam… here’s looking at you @zoish_irani love you with all my heart. To all the parents anxious to see their kids do well, it’s been a tough scholastic year… but you & your children have weathered the storm, embraced new frontiers of learning and we are faithful that our children will sail through. As pre boards have begun for many, my best wishes and blessings to all the kids.”
Smriti loves sharing pictures and videos of her family. On her daughter, Zoish’s15th birthday, she had shared a throwback picture and had written a heartfelt note that could be read as, "My little one turns 15 tomorrow #if only I could hold back time and never let her go #motherhoodunplugged. Zoe ... You are a blessing, a gift from God. I held you in my arms 15 years ago,wanting to never let go. You are your own person now & soon will leave to build a life for yourself. You will make new friends, celebrate new relationships but remember our home; my heart will always be yours. @iamzfi #tbt #daughter #love." (Also Read: Sania Mirza's Baby Boy, Izhaan Mirza Malik Offering 'Namaz' With His 'Amma' Is A Sight To Behold)
On June 21, 2019, Smriti had taken to her Instagram handle and had posted a picture of her daughter, Zoish Irani and along with it she had written a strong message that yelled how a bully can affect the naive minds. She had made her point without mincing her words, and had written, "I deleted my daughter’s selfie yesterday because an idiot bully in her class, A Jha mocks her for her looks and tells his pals in class to humiliate her for how she looks in her mother’s Instagram post. My child pleaded with me ‘Ma please delete it, they are making fun of me’. I obliged because I could not stand her tears. Then I realised my act just supported the bully."
Sharing a list of her daughter’s accomplishments, the doting mother had continued, "So Mr Jha, my daughter is an accomplished sports person, record holder in Limca Books, 2 Nd Dan black belt in Karate, at the World Championships has been awarded bronze medal twice; is a loving daughter and yes damn beautiful. Bully her all you want, she will fight back. She is Zoish Irani and I’m proud to be her Mom". (Also Read: Ridhi Dogra Talks About Falling In Love With Someone Post Divorce With Her Ex-Husband, Raqesh Bapat)
Well, there is no doubt that Smriti is a hands-on mother!
Former Indian actress-turned-politician, Smriti Irani often shares glimpses of her life on her Instagram handle. From posting funny memes to standing up for the right, Smriti's IG feed is a treat for many of her fans and inspires many moms. Recently, Smriti penned an appreciation note for her daughter, ZoeRead More