Yami gautam is expecting her first child with her husband Aditya Dhar, will the couple announce good news soon?

According to the latest media report, actress yami gautam is expecting her first baby and she will make its official announcement soon.

Bollywood actress yami gautam married Aditya Dhar, the producer of her film 'Uri: The Surgical Strike' in a simple way in the year 2021. There are reports that the couple is expecting their first child. According to reports, Yami is currently five and a half months pregnant.

Yami gautam is expecting her first baby!

Recently, a source told 'The Hindustan Times' that the actress has been happy ever since she found out about her pregnancy and till now she has kept this good news hidden from everyone. The source said, “Ever since Yami came to know about her pregnancy, she has been very happy. The baby will probably be born in May 2024. The family had kept everything hidden till now.

The source further added, “Yami and Dhar are going to announce it (pregnancy) soon, as she will also be promoting her next thriller. He is the lead and Dhar is producing it. So it is appropriate to clarify it officially, as it will already be clear to the people. “They can’t wait to share the news with the world.”

Let us tell you that the news of Yami Gautam's pregnancy came to light when recently she was spotted publicly with her husband. She was seen hiding her tummy. The actress had her purse and dupatta around her midriff, which looked like an attempt to hide her baby bump. Additionally, there was a glow on her face, which led netizens to speculate that the actress might be about to share good news.

When yami gautam shared her love story

Yami once spoke openly about her dating life and love story. She had said that before she and Aditya developed a relationship, they were close friends and then they fell in love. They had claimed that their friendship started during the promotions of 'Uri' and they eventually planned to get married in an intimate ceremony post-Covid. In 2021, the couple got married in a simple ceremony in Yami's hometown in Himachal Pradesh, which was attended only by her family.

Talking about her wedding outfit, Yami said that she always knew what she wanted to wear at her wedding and how she wanted to celebrate her wedding. She values her heritage and customs as an individual. She had further said that it was always decided that she would wear her mother's saree, the dupatta that her grandmother had preserved for her, and the Pahari Nath that she and her other cousins had acquired years ago. This was all she wanted because she wanted to feel the warmth of her traditions.

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