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Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan recently welcomed their second baby. On February 21, 2021, at around 8:30 the couple was blessed with a healthy baby boy. Bebo delivered her little bundle of joy through a C- Section delivery at the Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai.
At the moment, the complete Pataudi family and the Kapoor family have been rejoicing the addition of their new family member and are busy taking care of Bebo and the new born. The naming ceremony is yet to take place as reportedly confirmed by Saif they haven't picked up a name for the baby till now.
On the other hand, before the delivery of their second child, Kareena and Saif made sure to dedicate all their time in preparing their first born son, Taimur Ali Khan for his sibling.
A source told BollywoodLife,
Taimur is very small now and at this stage kids are very possessive about their parents and want all their love to themselves. So, Kareena has been making every effort necessary to ensure Taimur is aware of his new sibling and is having conversations with him about the baby everyday, explaining to him that a little friend is on the way to give him company for life. Furthermore, she has planned several playdates with Taimur and his cousin, Inaaya Kemmu (Kunal Kemmu and Soha Ali Khan's baby girl), as after the arrival of the newborn, Kareena will be dedicating herself full time to the infant's care just as she had done for Taimur. In the interim, Saif, maasi Karisma Kapoor and papa Saif will be around Taimur to smoothen the transition phase.- Close Source
Kareena and Saif welcomed their son, Taimur Ali Khan in 2016 and the paparazzi craze around the little one was a crazy one, where ever Tim went, papz and media followed him and clicked him.
But, unlike their first born, this time around, it seems the parents want to avoid that with their second baby and are making sure to guard him well from the cameras and hence even on the day of her discharge from the hospital, tight security at the new Pataudi residence was set up to refrain the paps from clicking pictures of the newborn.