Taimur Came To See Mommy Kareena Kapoor Khan Off At The Mumbai Airport And Here’s What Happened Next (View Pic)

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Taimur Came To See Mommy Kareena Kapoor Khan Off At The Mumbai Airport And Here’s What Happened Next (View Pic)

Kareena Kapoor Khan and Taimur Ali Khan at the Mumbai airport

When she delivered baby Taimur Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan said that she would take him to work along with her. There was also a pact with husband Saif Ali Khan that at least one of the two of them would always be around the little one. And now, when she cannot take him along, he is there to see his mommy off at the airport. Today was one such day. From the looks of the pictures that we have with us, it seems like Bebo is off to somewhere sans baby Taimur but he came to say bye-bye to mamma dear.

All that he wanted to do was to spring away from his nanny’s arms and be in his mommy’s. Kareena and Taimur shared an adorable moment just before parting ways for sometime and we are glad to have it captured in the below pictures. Check out the pictures and we are sure your day will be made. ALSO READ: Priya Prakash Varrier Is Flattered As Allu Arjun – Son Ayaan Recreate Her Viral Scene – VIDEO


Taimur Ali Khan dressed in a kurta pyjama


Kareena and Taimur


Mommy-son spotted at the Mumbai airport


How cute is this little Taimur?


Taimur looks longingly at mommy Kareena while she lovingly pats her cheeks


The uber stylish Kareena Kapoor Khan


Kareena at the Mumbai airport

It is not new for Kareena to take a few days off and travel for work and pleasure. She was recently in Goa for a couple of days to ring in BFF Amrita Arora Ladak’s 40th birthday. Just a couple of days ago, we saw her take off to Bengaluru for a day to attend the film festival there.

The mommy has her stuff pretty much sorted and has loving people around to take care of Taimur in her absence. She has set goals in maternity fashion when she was pregnant and now she is setting mommy goals for young mothers who do not want motherhood tying them down and keeping them away from their work or their idea of some ‘me’ time.