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Kareena Kapoor's pregnancy buzz: 'I hope it is true', says father Randhir Kapoor
If one believes the latest buzz in Bollywood, the Kapoors and the Pataudis might be waiting to welcome the youngest member of their families, as some reports suggest that Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan are expecting their first child by the end of this year.

As per a report in Spotboye, Kareena is in the second trimester of her pregnancy. But, while the couple is yet to confirm the news, Kareena's father and ace actor Randhir Kapoor has finally commented on the media reports around Bebo's pregnancy.

"Well, they have not told me yet, so I have no clue. But I hope it is true. It is high time that they had a baby," said the former actor as per a report in DNA. It seems like even Randhir Kapoor is quite excited about becoming a grandfather.

There are also reports that the couple visited a pre-natal clinic during their trip to London. However, last month, Kareena denied all the reports linked to her pregnancy.

As per the speculations, Saifeena (as Kareena and Saif is lovingly being called) was in London not for a holiday trip, but, for relaxing purpose. Evidently, Saif wants Kareena to take lots of rest now. "The London trip was purely meant for relaxation," said a source.

Well, if the rumors are to be believed, we would like to extend many congratulations to the much-loved couple of the industry, Saifeena!

The Nawab of Bollywood and Bebo got hitched in 2012. Since, Kareena is known to be outspoken, fans can expect to hear from her soon if the reports are true. On the work front, Saif is busy with his upcoming project 'Rangoon,' while Kareena is gearing up for 'Udta Punjab.'

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