Arjun Rampal Announces Girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades’ Pregnancy; Says ‘Thank You Baby for This Baby’
Arjun Rampal's girlfriend Gabriella's pregnancy picture (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Put your congratulatory messages in order, because here we have another B-Town couple sharing the good news with us. Arjun Rampal took to his Instagram page and revealed, with a sexy monochromatic picture, that he is expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Gabriella Demetriades. In the picture, the two are dressed to perfection. Gabriella is wearing a beautiful gown and showing her baby bump. Arjun captioned the picture: "blessed to have you and start all over again....thank you baby for this baby".  Our heartiest congratulations to the couple and we can't wait to hear more from them about the pregnancy.

Gabriella is a South African model and actress. She has worked in the Bollywood movie, Sonali Cable (2014) apart from a special appearance in the Telugu film, Oopiri (2016).

Check out Arjun Rampal's Picture with Gabriella:


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Blessed to have you and start all over again....thank you baby for this baby 👶🏽

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Arjun already has two daughters, Mahikaa and Myra, from his previous marriage with Mehr Jesia. The actor is a doting father and keeps posting about the girls on his social media.

We had met Arjun Rampal in February to talk about his web series, The Final Call. Upon being asked about his relationship, he had said, back then, "Well, I don't like to talk about my personal life.. so yeah!" Well, Arjun should gear up for more questions about his love life now.

Watch Arjun Rampal's reaction upon being asked about his girlfriend here:

On the work front, Arjun has said that he has locked three feature films. He has said that two of these are thriller while the third is an adventure film. "There's also a horror movie with a damn interesting premise which I'll be producing. It's a great story. I'll be starting in it as well but it's too soon to reveal other information," he added.