Pregnant Esha Deol, Celina Jaitley flaunts baby bump together


Esha Deol, who is expecting her first child with husband Bharat Takhtani is currently enjoying her babymoon and the mommy-to-be gets bumped into mom-to-be Celina Jaitley, who is again pregnant with twins.

The two expected mothers posed for the shutterbugs together and proudly flaunted their baby bumps.

The two beauties met for brunch at Dubai’s Armani hotel and had a great time together. They both were beaming with joy.

In April this year, mom and veteran actress Hema Malini announced the good news of Esha’s pregnancy.

Hema Malini took to her social media account to thank everyone for their best wishes for her elder daughter, she wrote# "Deols and Takhtanis are overjoyed to announce that @Esha_Deol and Bharat are expecting their first baby. We thank you all for all your good wishes," wrote Hema on her Twitter handle.

Speaking about Celina, the Bollywood actress who is already blessed with twins, five- year-old twin sons, Winston and Viraaj is again expecting twins. The actress is currently in the second trimester of her pregnancy and she is due to deliver in October.

Celina is married to hotelier Peter Haag is based in Dubai. The soon-to-be parents were initially shocked to learn about the twins. "Doctor was doing ultrasound and Peter asked the doctor if it is twins this time too. Doctor said yes and we both were initially shocked," Celina told PTI

"We were exhilarated because the first thing that came in our mind was that we are the chosen one. We are God fearing and we feel God chooses special people to be parents of multiple children," she added.

Both Celina and Peter love kids and are aware of the challenges as parents. The "No Entry" actress says, "My mother always advised me that there is no perfect way to be a mother and father, but there are a million ways to be a good parent. She further added, "I have always believed there are no rules to be parent. My husband is 100 per cent involved in the pregnancy and we both take our responsibilities seriously as parents."