This New Picture Of Kareena Kapoor Khan Holding Taimur Ali Khan On His First Birthday Is Too Cute For Words

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We can never get enough of Taimur Ali Khan. Period. Just yesterday we got our hands on a new picture of Kareena Kapoor Khan’s baby boy adorably holding a comb trying to comb his hair and now, we have got hold of another unseen picture of Kareena holding Taimur at his first birthday bash at the Pataudi Palace. Internet’s favourite star kid turned one on December 20. The smile on Kareena’s face reflects her happiness while holding the little one says it all. (ALSO READ: Soha Ali Khan On Why Having Taimur And Inaaya In The Same Room Gives The Family Panic Attacks )

Kareena and Saif celebrated Taimur’s first birthday at the Pataudi Palace last month. The whole family along with Karisma, her kids Samaira and Kiaan, Babita, Sharmila Tagore, Amrita and her kids were seen having a great time at Taimur’s first birthday bash. Karisma made sure she kept us updated with the inside pictures of the celebrations inside the Pataudi Palace. Right from the preparations, to the birthday boy having a good time with Saif and Kareena and his cousins, we just couldn’t get over the little munchkins cuteness. (ALSO READ: Taimur Ali Khan Enjoying A Play Date With His Friends Is The Perfect Start To The Week – View Pic )

Recently while talking about the kind of attention Taimur gets from the paparazzi, Saif said, “Kareena and I knew there would be media interest in our son. It’s hard to bring up kids without the attention; I don’t know how he is going to react to the attention when he grows up.” Saif had also said that he and Kareena plan to send Taimur to a boarding school once he grows up a bit. He had said, “I think he’s developed a wave… but there’s always that fear that the kid could turn out to be a real spoilt brat.”