Daughter Aaradhya Bachchan steals the show at Mommy Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Birthday
Aaradhya Bachchan who has always been kept away from the shutterbugs hogged the lime-light at Mommy Aishwarya Rai’s Birthday and clearly stole the show, putting the shutter-bugs into frenzy. The 11-month toddler seemed naive about the Bollywood’s Showbiz, being hardly captured in cameras yet, this was the second time baby aaradhya was made an appearance in front of the cameras. We first spotted aaradhya at grandfather Amitabh’s 70th birthday in a white frock.
Dressed in a white frock and a floral hair-band, cute little aaradhya stared with her dark-black eyes as she entered with Mommy Aishwarya in tow, who was dressed in pink looking resplendent (Post coming soon ;))
The mother-daughter duo seemed inseperable. Baby aaradhya has accompanied aishwarya to Cannes film festival and even Chicago where Abhishek was shooting for his Movie Dhoom-3.
Which is why baby aaradhya didnt like it at all, when Mommy ash had to leave her and go on podium to receive the honour of the French Knight Order of Arts and Letters for her contribution to the arts by France Ambassador.
Baby aaradhya started crying as soon as she was separated from mommy aishwarya, so much so that doting father abhishek had to take her outside.
The whole bachchan family excluding Jayaji came to support Aishwarya while she was being honored and everyone seemed to be worried the most about the little toddler.
Aishwarya reasoned out saying: “It gets overwhelming for babies. That’s why we get protective. We would love to share our personal moments with all of you, but we tend to take care of our babies.”
Abhishek played his role as a dotting father and perfect husband very well, and we can say this for sure after we heard what ash had to say about hubby dear, “I am realising what it takes to be a mother. Thank you (Abhishek) for giving me such an indefinable experience of being a mother. It surpasses everything,” she said while looking at Abhishek.
We love the Mother-daughter duo!! Don’t you?