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Harshdeep Kaur shares first picture of her son, says ‘Thank you from the 3 of us’

Harshdeep Kaur and Mankeet Singh welcomed their baby boy in March. The couple has now shared the first photo with their son.

Written by A. Kameshwari | New Delhi |
Updated: March 7, 2021 7:34:55 pm
harshdeep kaur baby photoHarshdeep Kaur thanked her fans for their love and blessings. (Photo: Harshdeep Kaur/Instagram)

Singer Harshdeep Kaur shared the first picture of her son on Instagram on Sunday. The picture has Harshdeep and her husband Mankeet holding the newborn. Sharing her joy, Harshdeep thanked her fans for their love and blessings.


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Sharing the photo on Instagram, Harshdeep wrote, “THANK YOU from the THREE of Us! A lot of things have changed in these past few days.. but One thing that has been constant, is YOUR LOVE & BLESSINGS for us. We’re Truly Blessed.. Satnam Waheguru”.

As soon as she posted the picture, her friends and fans posted heart-warming comments for them. Neeti Mohan admired Harshdeep’s glow and wrote, “Wait… the mommy is still glowing. God bless you all. I am getting senti looking at this picture.” Archana Pania wrote, “He looks gorgeous. Beautiful picture and so full of love, warmth and joy.” Salim Merchant, Rameet Sandhu and Armaan Malik dropped “Congrats” in the comment section of the picture.

Harshdeep and Mankeet started their new phase of life as a parent on March 3. The “Dilbaro” singer took to social media to share the happy news. “‘A little bit of heaven just came down to earth and has made us Mommy & Daddy 💕’ Our Junior ‘Singh’ has arrived & we couldn’t be happier!” she wrote on Instagram.

Harshdeep Kaur married Mankeet Singh in 2015.

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