Saturday, June 29, 2013

Shahrukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s surrogate baby due in July

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Mumbai: Greeting bells are ringing Bollywood king Shahrukh Khan and Gauri Khan is ready to welcoming their third baby through surrogacy in July. Shah Rukh and Gauri have been married for the past 22 years even before he made his Bollywood debut with Deewana in 1992. Now the coule have two teenage kids, Aryan, 15, and Suhana, 13.

Sources said, it was the decision of Gauri Khan to have a baby through surrogacy as she was keen on having a third child. The report further added that SRK and Gauri consulted the same doctor that Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao had went to during their surrogacy.

To welcoming a third baby special bash has already been planned and invitations to Gauri Khan’s family have also been sent. And the big bash is planned for July.

Shahrukh and Gauri Khan do not want their close friends and family in the hospital where the child will take birth. But, both of them want their family members as well as close friends to be present when they welcome the baby home.

A family member of the actor said that Gauri did not want to go through the whole trouble of pregnancy and risks at the age of 47. Hence, they decided to opt for surrogacy and secretly planned this child in the year 2012 when Shah Rukh was shooting for Chennai Express.

SRK and Gauri are not the first couple to have a surrogate baby. Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao were the first B-town couple to have a baby boy through surrogacy. In December 2011, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan and Kiran announced the birth of their son, Azad Rao Khan through a surrogate mother.

Moreover, Shahrukh khan humanitarian efforts include opening a children’s ward at a Mumbai hospital, serving on the board of India’s Make-A-Wish Foundation, adopting five villages and providing them with solar power through the Light A Billion Lives program, and countless other projects.

For his humanitarian mission, last year he was awarded with the Chubb Fellow Award for leadership by Yale University. Formerly this great compliment received by well known celebs like Walter Cronkite, Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton.

On the occasion Shahrukh Khan telling his Yale audience, “I want to increase education for women, provide toilets — simple things… I just want to do good stuff.”

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