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Sameera Reddy recently had a 'godbharai' (baby shower) and flaunted her baby bump, sharing her emotions.
Sameera Reddy recently had a ‘godbharai’ (baby shower) and flaunted her baby bump, sharing her emotions.
Motherhood is something raw, challenging and beautiful for every women. This phase of life indeed makes a women complete by giving a new chapter to her life
Pregnancies can be hardest but there are some super women who love their beautiful yet hardest moments during pregnancy.
This time its none other than the graceful Sameera Reddy who flaunts her baby bump with utmost happiness and confidence! Most mothers feel insecure during this hard phase while she is confident and happy!
Sameera got married back in 2014 to Akshai Varde and have a son. The cute couple with their family is all set to welcome the second baby in July.
Sameera and her baby shower has turned to be an internet sensation recently. Couple of days back while scrolling through insta I saw this lovely picture of Sameera Reddy wearing a traditional red and yellow colour Kanjeevaram saree. She had shared some colouful pictures from her baby shower ceremony on her official instagram account.
I must say unlike some mothers who would prefer to stay home during the whole phase of pregnancy Sameera slams the whole idea of hiding during pregnancy. In fact she has become very active on social media platforms sharings her feelings and emotions about her pregnancy with her fans!
After the grand baby shower Sameera is back again with a picture that throws the pregnancy glow over her charming face and she writes “Final lap of this pregnancy and I feel strong, excited, nervous and powerful. Mixed emotions in so much grace.”
Pregnancy is always considered as a hard phase of life where many women are forced to sit idle at most of the Indian households. But what I’ve seen is that the mothers who spent their time in things which make them happy use their time wisely and beautifully.
Sameera is now getting ready for her underwater shoot which will be rather more challenging! She will certainly have a perfect glow that comes from within, that tells us that the carrying phase of motherhood can be beautiful too!
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