- “Today as I am prepping for a cook-off,” wrote Twinkle Khanna
- “He baked the cake and I made the coffee,” she added
- She added the hashtags #whatsinyourdabba, #hopelesschef to her put up
Twinkle Khanna’s thought for her newest Instagram put up arrived freshly baked from an oven. The writer may not be a fan of cooking however her husband Akshay Kumar and son Aarav do share the identical love for culinary arts. On Sunday, Twinkle Khanna shared a put up which showcases the mother-son duo’s “divergent skill sets.” In easy phrases, Aarav baked a cake and Twinkle made a cup of espresso to go together with it. Adding the hashtags #whatsinyourdabba and #hopelesschef to her put up, Mrs Funnybones captioned her put up: “Today as I am prepping for a cook-off with a recipe from our What’s In Your Dabba cookbook, I wish I could send my son to do my bit instead. Our divergent skill sets are clearly depicted in this picture. He baked the cake and I made the coffee.”
Check out Twinkle Khanna’s put up right here:
On Aarav’s 18th birthday, Twinkle Khanna shared an image from Glasgow. An excerpt from her put up learn: “Happy 18th birthday Aarav! Here is something I had written for you once and to keep loosening the strings and finally cutting them off this year has not been easy. All these years, you have been as much my teacher as I have been yours. I learned optimism, kindness and wonder from you as I taught you maths, a few manners and how to switch the lights off when you leave the room.”
Twinkle Khanna and Akshay Kumar co-starred in movies similar to International Khiladi and Zulmi. They received married on January 17, 2001. The couple are mother and father to 18-year-old Aarav and Nitara (8).
Twinkle Khanna is a celebrated columnist and the writer of bestselling books similar to Pyjamas Are Forgiving, The Legend Of Lakshmi Prasad and Mrs Funnybones. She can also be an inside decorator, the proprietor of The White Window, and a movie producer. Twinkle Khanna additionally runs a digital content material firm known as Tweak India.