Tuesday, May 17, 2022

TV hosts Bharti Singh, Haarsh Limbachiya welcome baby boy

Popular TV hosts Bharti Singh and her husband Haarsh Limbachiya on Sunday announced the arrival of their first child, a baby boy.

Limbachiya, 35, took to Instagram to share the news and posted a picture from their pregnancy photoshoot.

“It’s a boy!’ he captioned the picture.

Singh, 35, got married to Limbachiya in 2017. The couple had announced that they were expecting their first child in December last year.

The duo currently host two shows together, “Hunarbaaz: Desh Ki Shaan” and “Khatra Khatra Khatra”.

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The couple’s friends and fans wished the family. Umar Riaz wrote, “Finally! Congratulations to both of you.” Jasmin Bhasin commented, “Yayyyyyyyyyyy.” Anita Hassanandani wrote, “Yaaayyy congratulations.” Rahul Vaidya commented, “OMG can’t wait to see … congratulations.

She recently also had to refute rumours that she had already given birth. “I have been receiving messages and calls from loved ones congratulating me. There’s news that I have welcomed a baby girl. But it’s not true. I am on the sets of Khatra Khatra. There was a break for 15-20 minutes. So I decided to come live and clarify that I am still working. I am feeling scared. The due date is near,” Bharti had said during a live chat session.

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