Sunjay, is already a father of Karsima Kapoor’s children Samaira and Kiaan. While on the other hand Priya Sachdev has a daughter Safira with former husband, Vikram Chatwal.
Karisma Kapoor’s ex-husband Sunjay Kapur is set to become a father to his first child with new wife.
Sunjay who got divorced with Karisma after 13 years of their marriage tied the knot for the third time with model and actress Priya Sachdev in April 2017.
Now, if latest reports are to be believed, Priya is seven months pregnant and will deliver the baby in December. However, the couple has not announced the good news officially, but pictures of Priya flaunting her baby bump, have been doing the rounds on social media.
Unlike Sunjay this is Priya’s 2nd marriage. Sunjay, is already a father of Karsima Kapoor’s children Samaira and Kiaan. While on the other hand Priya Sachdev has a daughter Safira with former husband, Vikram Chatwal.
After an ugly divorce, Karisma and Sunjay seem to have made peace with eachother and were spotted vacationing in Europe with their kids.
Spent the weekend skiing with my kids. The older the grow the more I learn from their experiences. Blessed to have the opportunity to parent them! Every moment counts! Great conversations, outstanding ski conditions, and just pure quality time! pic.twitter.com/SoaDL5Io9v
Meanwhile talking about Karisma’s marriage, her father Randhir Kapoor had come out and had cleared the air about the actress tying the knot with her rumoured beau Sandeep Toshniwal.
He had told DNA, "There's no truth to this. I would want to get Karisma married again, but she isn't interested. We have spoken about it and she has clearly told me she doesn't want to start a family again. She wants to raise her kids (Samiera and Kiaan) well and that's her only plan right now."
Well, we extend our heartiest congratulations to Sunjay and Priya!
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