Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt just made their fans the happiest with their pregnancy announcement, the couple who tied the knot almost 2 months back are now expecting their first child together. Since Alia Bhatt has shared the announcement post on her Instagram handle, fans, as well as the couple’s friends and family from the industry, have been putting congratulatory messages on display for the soon-to-be parents. Alia, in the picture, can be seen lying on the hospital bed, with hubby Ranbir sitting next to her.
With the delirious news, fans couldn’t help but reminisce about the couple’s beautiful intimate wedding that had everyone swooning over, did you know that Ranbir actually called one of his fans his ‘first wife?’. It goes without saying the actor has a huge fan following, especially his female fans, who could actually take a bullet for him. It was one of his fans who had actually tried marrying him, without him even knowing! Talking about the same, Ranbir in a recent interview recollected a bizarre situation that the actor hadn’t shared before.
In the interview, the actor shared how a fan almost in an attempt to marry him, married his gate instead. The actor revealed, “There was a girl and I never met her. But my watchman told me that she came with a pundit and she married my gate. There was some ‘teeka’ on the gate and some flowers too. So, that’s quite crazy.” He further added, “I haven’t met my first wife yet, so I look forward to meeting you at some point.”
While the pregnancy news definitely made ‘Ranlia’ fans’ day, some even pointed out an old video of Ranbir, where the actor was seen saying how he’d love to tattoo the names of his future kids. The actor upon being asked about his tattoos had said, “None yet. Hopefully soon. The 8 or something I don’t know. Maybe my (tattoo is) going to be children’s names or I don’t know.”
The actor perhaps, was already all prepared to being his fatherhood journey, as he had opened up about having kids during one of the promotional events of ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’. He had said, “We are at times now where we should not give deadlines to marriage, age. When one falls in love, a wedding will happen, and then children will happen. I think everything is natural progress. This is Ayan’s teaching to me. When I got to know him four years back, I was in a hurry to get married. I said, ‘I want to get married, I want to get married, I want to have children.’ He would tell me, ‘Relax, you’re just starting out your career, meet people, live your life a bit then get married’.”