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Bakhtawar Bhutto says her newborn son in NICU but getting stronger

Bakhtawar Bhutto reveals that her newborn son is currently in the NICU but is getting stronger. Taking to Twitter, she expressed gratitude for the prayers and warm wishes she received on social media for the birth of her son.

In the latest social media post on Wednesday, Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari informed that her newborn son is currently in NICU but getting stronger.

She said that her newborn son is admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit as he was born prematurely. Her son was due on November 8th. However, she expressed gratitude to people for extending warm wishes and prayers.

“Thank you for all the love & celebrations welcoming our baby boy to the world,” she tweeted.

“He was due Nov 8th but decided his birthday and surprised us all on Oct 10th – currently in the NICU but getting stronger every day, do keep him in your prayers,” she tweeted.

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On October 10th, Bakhtawar Bhutto had announced the birth of her son on social media. “We are happy to announce the birth of our baby boy,” she had written. His uncle, Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, and aunt Aseefa Bhutto Zardari had celebrated the news on social media.

Aseefa wrote: “Officially a khala!!! Alhamdullilah!”. Meanwhile, Bilawal Bhutto wrote: “Officially, mamoo!”

More on Bakhtawar Bhutto

Bakhtawar Bhutto, the second child of Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari had tied the knot with Mahmood Chaudhry had tied the knot earlier this year.

Mahmood Chaudhry is the son of Muhammad Younas and Begum Suraiya Chaudhry. Muhammad Younas’s family roots are traced back to Lahore from where he migrated to UAE in 1973. He is a successful businessman with a diversified portfolio including investments in finance, tech, and construction.

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The engagement ceremony was held in November last year and took place at Bilawal House, in the presence of a small gathering-around 150 people-than usually present at traditional Pakistani events. Among the attendees were Asif Ali Zardari, his sister and Bakhtawar’s aunt Faryal Talpur, late Benazir’s sister Sanam Bhutto and other provincial PPP ministers. Bakhtawar on her engagement wore a pink dress with an exquisite bespoke hand embroidered Nida Azwer shawl with miniature Mughal era style designs embroidered on them. The official wedding ceremony was held in January this year.