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Shilpa Shetty Celebrates Daughter Samisha’s First Milestone In Touching Insta Post
Shilpa Shetty and husband Raj Kundra surprised their fans by announcing last month that they were parents again, welcoming a daughter via surrogacy. The couple decided to announce the arrival of their little bundle of joy on the auspicious day of Mahashivratri. Yesterday, the little one celebrated one month of her arrival and Shilpa shared a heartwarming post announcing her milestone.

Captioning it, she says, “Your first milestone, my princess SAMISHA... Happy One month to you. Love you to the moon and back..” The post shows Raj, Shilpa, Viaan and little Samisha’s palms together, which is extremely cute.

Recently, Shilpa’s sister Shamita spoke about the new arrival in the Shetty-Kundra clan to a leading publication saying, "I’m so excited to become maasi once again. Samisha is a bundle of joy and has brought in so much happiness in the family. Shilpa always wanted a daughter and I cannot be happier for the couple."

Shilpa has always been outspoken about her role as a mom, and trying to balance motherhood and work. In a previous interview with a leading newspaper she said, “Being a mother is the closest to me. Even when I am on the sets, I am still a mother and I keep checking on my son. I have my hands full with Viaan. I will get back to being a full-time mother once I finish my work commitments, I will get more time with my son. As much as I love Nach Baliye, I am looking forward to spending more time with my son.”

She also spoke to The Times Of India about becoming a first-time mother at 37. “I never chose to be a mother at 37. I always wanted to be a mother at the right age, but I didn’t find Raj at the right time. There is a time for everything, and so also for motherhood. And medically too, women should have babies at the right time. I just didn’t have a choice. I would have been a mother a long time back.” But aren’t many women in India nowadays going in for late motherhood? “This can never be a trend in a country like India.”

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