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Pakistani actress, Zara Noor Abbas Siddiqui is famous for her films like Aan, Parey Hut Love, and Dil Tera Hogaya. While her mother, Asma Abbas is a veteran Pakistani actress, her father, Abbas Gill was never in favour of her joining films. It was in 2017 when Zara Noor Abbas tied the knot with Asad Siddiqui in a grand wedding ceremony. The actress is soon going to embrace her motherhood journey as she is all set to welcome her first child.
On November 30, 2023, Zara Noor Abbas Siddiqui took to her Instagram handle and posted a picture, wherein she was seen donning a white-hued silk ensemble. In the photo, we can see her husband, Asad, watering the plants in the backdrop while Zara is striking a pose. The mommy-to-be was flaunting a pair of classy sunglasses and a black sling bag.
For those who don't know, Zara Noor Abbas Siddiqui had a miscarriage in 2021. She was pregnant with a baby boy when she faced a heartbreaking miscarriage in the sixth month. However, Zara didn't lose hope and announced her pregnancy by captioning it as 'Round 2'. She wrote:
"Round 2 - InshaAllah"
After the miscarriage, Zara first time talked about it in a podcast with Frieha Altaf. The actress revealed that she has seen the worst after losing their child. She added that they had accepted it, thinking it was God's will, but she was still grieving it. She was quoted as saying:
"When you have a child together, it makes your bond extremely beautiful but when you lose a child together, it makes your bond extremely beautiful also. I think me and Asad have seen the worst now, we ask, ‘What else will we see? Okay, it’s God’s will.’ Everything for me and Asad ends at whatever God wills because whatever is His will is His will. Yes, there’s an extreme sense of loss and I think I’m still grieving."
Zara also talked about the guilt she has faced and admitted that she thought at one point it happened as she might not have eaten right. The actress added that she thought she should have lost weight before conceiving. Zara was quoted as saying:
"I did at a point. I thought maybe I didn’t eat right, maybe I didn’t make myself strong enough, maybe I should have lost more weight before conceiving, become thinner, maybe I should have had an intake of vitamins, maybe I should’ve taken folic acid. But all of that is a ‘maybe’. God gives a child to even those who aren’t physically stable. He gives to those he wants to give to and takes from those he wants to take from."
We wish Zara, a happy and safe pregnancy!