Izhaan Mirza Malik Joins Mommy Sania Mirza to Flaunt OOTD (See Pics)
Sania Mirza and Izhaan Mirza Malik (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Baby Izhaan Mirza Malik keeps entertaining us with his super cute antics which often make us go aww in adulation. Very often his pictures and videos go viral on social media. Even the tennis star is quite cool about sharing baby Izhaan’s pictures on his social media account. Now, a new set of pictures have sent the netizens into a tizzy. Izhaan was spotted in a playful mood as his mother Sania Mirza was seen flaunting OOTD. The cute munchkin was seen posing for snaps with the tennis star as she flaunted her beautiful look in yellow. Sania Mirza’s Adorable Photo With Son Izhaan Mirza Malik Will Melt Your Heart, Check Instagram Post. 

Dressed in yellow dress Sania Mirza was in Mumbai for We The Women Asia summit and needless to say the presence of baby Izhaan made the pictures even better. The two looked very happy to pose for snaps which were posted on the official page of the tennis star. “When amma is trying to do OOTD pictures," read the caption of the snaps. Check out a few pictures below:

 

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👼🏽 @izhaan.mirzamalik

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Yet another one

 

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When amma is trying to do OOTD pictures 👈🏽🤷🏽‍♀️ @izhaan.mirzamalik

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Sania is currently eyeing her comeback to tennis after a maternity break and had been working out hard in the gym to come back in shape. The tennis star is currently eyeing the upcoming Olympics 2020 in Tokyo.  While speaking about her schedule during an interview, Sania said, “I will start working with my physical trainer, Robert Ballard from the middle of February and possibly if things go smoothly I would be able to get back onto the practice courts in the first week of April. I will probably need another 6 months to achieve match fitness - but all this is assuming that everything goes well and my body responds positively to the workload.”