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Taimur is the most gorgeous child, he has Pathan genes: Kareena Kapoor Khan

Kareena Kapoor Khan talked about her newly born son Taimur Ali Khan ina chat with celebrity dietician Rujuta Diwekar. She says Taimur is indeed a very good looking child.

bollywood Updated: Feb 15, 2017 13:14 IST
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Taimur Ali Khan was born on December 20, 2016.
Taimur Ali Khan was born on December 20, 2016.

Taimur Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s newborn son, is probably the most talked about star-kid right now. He has been in the news since birth on December 20, last year—first for his name and then over some photos on social media.

Now, Kareena Kapoor Khan has talked at length about her son in a live Facebook chat with celebrity dietician Rujuta Diwekar on Tuesday.

In the chat, she said, “I say it with a lot of pride that he (Taimur) is the most gorgeous child, not because he is mine, but because he is very good looking. Yes, he has the Pathan genes, but it’s also because I ate a lot of ghee.”

A photo, allegedly of Taimur, is trending on social media. The child in the picture has brown hair.

Kareena hinted that this picture could actually be of Taimur. She said, “My son actually has a lot of hair, lovely brown hair.”

Kareena dropped a hint that the viral picture could indeed be of Taimur.

“I enjoyed my pregnancy, and the world saw it. I had support from the family, media, everyone, and I was just flaunting it. I carried Taimur with a lot of joy. I put on 18 kilos and I flaunted it till the time I went to the hospital,” Kareena said.

She said Saif was at home to take care of Taimur. “Saif was going to be at home. He delayed his meeting to be at home with Taimur. We are always going to do that.”

“He is our integral part. Next time, I can strap-on him and come for a live chat,” said the excited star-mother.