Kareena Kapoor Khan on Thursday introduced her third child, her book Pregnancy Bible for which she turned author. The actor who welcomed her second child earlier this year has shared the experiences she had during both her pregnancies in the book.
Sharing a video on her Instagram account, Khan revealed that she had good and bad, both the days when someday she was raring to go to work and some days she struggled to get out of bed. This book is a very personal account of what she experienced both physically and emotionally through both her pregnancies, she said in the post.
She also revealed that the book has the first-ever photo of her little baby.
In a follow-up post, Kapoor said, I can’t believe that I actually agreed to write this book… but here it is. We all have our own unique experiences as expectant mothers, but there are some similarities and with this book, I’m sharing my experiences and learnings, and hope that in some way this will help you on your journey towards motherhood. Carrying both my babies has been the most special time in my life, and I am excited to share the moments and memories with you.
Kareena had announced her book on her elder son Taimur Ali Khan’s birthday last year and wrote, today is the perfect day to announce my book- Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Pregnancy Bible for all you moms-to-be. I’ll talk about everything from morning sickness to diet and fitness and being a mom-on-the-go! I can’t wait for you to read it.
Pregnancy Bible is published by Juggernaut Books, vetted, and approved by FOGSI, India’s official body of gynecologists and obstetricians, along with the help of several expert voices like Rujuta Diwekar, Dr. Sonali Gupta, and Dr. Prabha Chandra of NIMHANS.
During her second pregnancy, Bebo had spoken about the difference between her first and second pregnancies. She had said even though you have been there and done that your second pregnancy might throw a surprise at you. She said it is not always easier the second time around. She said the second pregnancy is definitely physiologically different from the first time.
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