Just In: Are Shahid Kapur and Mira Rajput expecting their first child?

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Reports say that Mira Rajput and Shahid Kapur are soon to become parents and Mira was seen sporting a baby bump at the Lakme fashion week last weekend

After their much-talked about wedding in Gurgaon in July last year, Mira Rajput and Shahid Kapur have certainly become the paparazzi favourites with every pic of theirs being shared in the media.

However, this is one rumour that perhaps has some truth to it. Reports say that Mira Rajput and Shahid Kapur are soon to become parents and Mira was seen sporting a baby bump at the Lakme fashion week. And looks like she was doing all that she can to hide it. See it for yourself in this picture.

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The rumours began when celebrity designer Masaba Gupta posted a picture on her Instagram and gave it a very interesting caption-- “#Repost @mira.kapoor with @repostapp. Two M's and a Bum #sayheytobey - little M (sic)," she wrote.

 

#Repost @mira.kapoor with @repostapp. ・・・ Two M's and a Bum #sayheytobey - little M ????

A photo posted by Masaba (@masabagupta) on

Interestingly, Masaba and Mira were both married last year and both of their names begin with the letter M. This is what sparked the debate on the internet.

Mira Rajput was sported at the Lakme Fashion Week as she walked the ramp for fashion designer Anita Dongre and while doing so she was a little conscious and was constantly hiding her baby bump with her dupatta. However, Shahid and Mira have not confirmed the news yet.

Work wise, Shahid Kapur will next be seen in the movie Rangoon where he stars opposite Kangana Ranaut and Saif Ali Khan.

Mira undoubtedly has become quite popular in Shahid's family and in a recent interview Pankaj Kapur had come out in support of his daughter-in-law and said that he will sport her in whatever she wants to do in life.

"My children can do what they want to do. When it comes to this whole category of daughter-in-law, I get a little uncomfortable as I treat her like my daughter. It is her life. She can do what she wants to do. Why should I have anything to do with that? It is between her and her husband. She is a child to me. Why would I have any objections? For me, she can do what she wants to do and I am there to support."

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