Falak Shabbir took to Instagram and introduced Alayna Falak to his fans.
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Pakistani actress Sarah Khan and husband Falak Shabir have been blessed with a baby girl, the singer announced on social media.
Taking to Instagram, the “Lagay Pyari” singer announced the good news of Friday and shared a sweet photo of the hand of the newborn.
Congratulatory messages started pouring in shortly after Falak announced the arrival of his daughter.
Posting a picture of his newborn and Sarah, Falak penned a heartfelt caption. "Jummah Mubarak! Allah Pak ne is ba barkat maheenay ke ba barakat din Apni rahmat se nawaza hay (Allah has blessed us with his blessing in this blessed month." He added, "So happy to announce the arrival of my daughter, who is half me and half the one I love. Introducing Alayna Falak." He then went on to thank everyone for their love and wishes.
The couple, who tied the knot on July 16, 2020, left fans speculating over whether the two were expecting their first child back in April.
Falak had taken to his Instagram stories to share an illustration of a woman carrying a baby and her husband thinking about the baby. “This is the beauty of a relationship! Subhan Allah,” he wrote alongside the illustration.
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