Is Kareena Kapoor trying to hide her baby bump?

It’s been almost a week ever since the "Kareena Kapoor Khan pregnancy" news started doing the rounds, and they don’t seem to be dying anytime soon. While a lot of media reports have been suggesting that the gorgeous actress is in her second trimester, there has been no confirmation from either the Kapoor family or the Nawabs. But, Kareena’s body language in a recent event simply bolstered everyone’s belief that the Begum indeed is pregnant. So, let’s find out the inside details.

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Well, Kareena attended an event organised by UNICEF last week on June 4, 2016, in Lucknow, which was intended to create awareness towards menstrual health and hygiene among young girls. While her face was glowing like always, the loose-fit anarkali suit made things quite obvious. Not just that, Kareena had her hand on her stomach throughout the event.

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Here, have a look at this diva trying to hide her baby bump behind the dupatta:

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And if this is not enough for anyone to believe that Kareena is preggers, then there are two videos as well that will probably convince them. When Kareena got up from her place and walked to the podium to address the audience, the way she got up and walked towards it slowly revealed it all. Here, have a look:


#kareenakapoorkhan on menstrual hygiene 👍👏

A video posted by poonam (@poonamdamania) on Jun 4, 2016 at 1:13am PDT

And when she was playing twister with kids in the same event, Kareena was very careful and did not even bend down. Here’s the video, so see it to believe it: In the end, let us leave you with some more pictures of the event to see and decide if at all there is a bun in the oven or not:


#kareenakapoorkhan having some fun with the girls ❤️❤️❤️

A video posted by poonam (@poonamdamania) on Jun 4, 2016 at 12:24am PDT

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Well, whether Saifeena are actually preggers or not, only time will tell. We wish them all the best!

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