Good news! Fardeen Khan and wife Natasha blessed with a baby boy
The couple who already have a daughter have given a rather unique name to their newborn son. Read on to know more.
Congratulations are in order!
Actor Fardeen Khan and wife Natasha Madhwani have become proud parents for the second time. The couple were blessed with baby boy Azarius Fardeen Khan on August 11, in London and shared the good news via Twitter.
We are overjoyed to announce the birth of our son Azarius Fardeen Khan who was born on the 11th of August 2017.
— Fardeen Feroz Khan (@FardeenFKhan) August 12, 2017
Interestingly, Fardeen only announced his son's birth on August 11. But two days later followed the good news with a gorgeous picture of his son.
"Thank you for the congratulatory messages and wishes. Our best to all of you as well. Diani, Natasha & FK," Khan wrote on Twitter.
Thank you for the congratulatory messages and wishes. Our best to all of you as well. ❤️Diani, Natasha & FK. pic.twitter.com/Xm5O2jHSZ7
— Fardeen Feroz Khan (@FardeenFKhan) August 13, 2017
The 43-year-old actor who also has a daughter Diani shared the news of their second pregnancy just three months before Azarius' birth.
Fardeen feels second-time lucky!
At the time the excited second-time father came to India and shared, "I am on top of the moon. Natasha is five months (now 8-9 months) pregnant and isn’t travelling with me this time around as it’s so hot in Mumbai and soon, the monsoons will be upon us. She will come after that. I visit India every three or four weeks and spend half that time in Mumbai."
"Natasha and I have had our share of challenges and that’s why we have been parked in London and travel back and forth. We are over the moon. It completes our family. We have always wanted at least two children so it completes our family and we are extremely happy! We are happy as a couple, we are happy as a unit and even my little daughter Diani is looking forward to having a sibling," he added.
The couple will shift permanently to Mumbai now
The happy dad had also shared that they will shift to Mumbai permanently after the birth of their second time and had already made all the arrangements.
"Natasha and I have had our share of challenges and that’s why we have been parked in London and travel back and forth. We are over the moon. It completes our family. We have always wanted at least two children so it completes our family and we are extremely happy! We are happy as a couple, we are happy as a unit and even my little daughter Diani is looking forward to having a sibling," he shared.
Khan is a full-time parent first and actor later
Khan also admitted that he was a full-time parent and his first priority was to take care of his daughter and now his son.
In doing so, Khan like many other urban fathers is setting the right example when it comes to co-parenting kids- after all a father is equally responsible for the kids.
3 things new dads must do to help new mums
- Take your wife out on dates: Just as soon as couples become parents, their baby becomes their first priority. They willingly devote their time and effort to raise their little bub, but often times forget about each other. But don't forget your wife and help her relax whenever you can.
- Acknowledge your wife's effort: Never leave an opportunity to praise your wife and thank her for making you more happy and stable. New fathers must take a cue from this and learn that appreciating the wife, especially when she has just become a mum can boost her confidence and make her feel loved.
- Contribute in parenting duties: Most urban Indian fathers have become hands-on, since they like to help their wives with parenting duties. This is also an important if you want to keep the romance alive. By simply doing their own parenting duties, new fathers can help their wives relax and feel ready to take on further responsibilities.