Taimur Ali Khan turns chef again; proud mommy Kareena Kapoor can’t stop gushing at his ‘good looking’ cookies

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We all know that little Taimur aka Tim – the loveable elder son of Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan is a budding chef. In the past also we have seen many posts by mom Kareena where we got to know about Taimur’s love for cooking food.

Today morning the Jab We Met actress took to her Instagram handle to put up a post where we could see Chef Taimur posing with a baking tray with 4 cookies placed which symbolises the family of four – Saif, Kareena, Taimur and the new born.

Kareena captioned the pics as, “My men in a frame, quite good looking though.” #cheftim #favouriteboys(sic).”

To this post, aunt Saba Pataudi was the first one to reply. She wrote, “Mahshallah Love U all. Enjoy!”

Kareena and Saif welcomed their second son on February 21. While the millions of fans of the star couple are waiting for them to share the first glimpse of the newborn, Kareena’s father, Randhir Kapoor, has revealed that the family feels the newborn looks similar to his elder brother, Taimur. The veteran actor had earlier said that little Tim is delighted to welcome his younger brother. Kareena and Saif tied the knot in 2012. The welcomed their first child, Taimur, in 2016.

On the work front, Kareena will be next seen in Aamir Khan starrer Laal Singh Chaddha. The film is the Hindi remake of Hollywood blockbuster Forrest Gump. Kareena shot for a number of commercials throughout her second pregnancy and even went on a Holiday around Diwali to Dharamshala where her husband Saif was shooting for Bhoot Police. Bebo also worked on the latest season of her talk show, What Women Want during her pregnancy.

Meanwhile, Saif resumed work after a paternity break. Yesterday he was snapped at Mumbai’s Versova jetty. The actor will be seen next in Bhoot Police and Adipurush along with Prabhas.

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