Sania Mirza And Sister Anam Mirza Look Ethereal On The Cover Of WKND Magazine - View Pic
Sania and Anam Mirza (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Sania Mirza and Anam Mirza have graced the cover of WKND magazine, a sister concern of Khaleej Times. For the cover, the two divas looked super ethereal as they donned ethnic ensembles. While Sania chose to wear a beautiful yellow lehenga with a white top and what looks like a big dial watch, Aman wore a lovely baby pink lehenga with a bright pink jacket. Sania Mirza Workout and Diet: How the Indian Tennis Star Lost 26kg in Four Months After Her Pregnancy (Watch Videos)

From the looks of it, both the lehengas seem to have the same style and are actually quite intriguing. Interestingly, both their hairstyles are very similar. From what we can see, they've kept a centre partition, braided strands of their hair and put it up as two buns. It is a hairstyle that we recommend people to try because the sisters are certainly making it work!

Sharing a picture of the cover, Sania wrote, "Sister act On the cover of Khaleej Times last week with my baby girl @anammirzaaa @khaleejtimes" What's cooler is how the two sisters are wearing ethnic ensembles and sitting in what can be understood as a sports stadium. Perhaps the location is to emphasise on their career backgrounds. Anyway, check out the cool magazine cover below. Sania Mirza Shares Cute Photo With Son Izhaan Mirza Malik, Says ‘Her Baby Always Spots the Camera’ (See Instagram Post)


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Sister act ♾👯‍♀️ On the cover of Khaleej Times last week with my baby girl 💖 @anammirzaaa @khaleejtimes

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On a professional front, Sania Mirza is gearing up for the Australian Open which will take place next year in January. The Sania is all set to relaunch her career after the birth of her child with the Australian Open. Speaking about sports and her association with the National Tennis Championship, Mirza quoted, "I have been coming to this tournament for nearly 20 years. It is nostalgic for me."