Ileana D'Cruz shares a sweet photo as she celebrates one week as a mother to baby son Koi. look inside

Ileana D'Cruz announced the birth of her son Koi last week on her Instagram account. The actor earlier today posted a sweet photo of her youngster holding her hand. Ileana had shared pictures of her cravings and more while keeping her Instagram family informed about her pregnancy adventure.
Ileana D'Cruz shares a sweet photo as she celebrates one week as a mother to baby son Koi. look inside

Ileana D'Cruz took to her Instagram stories earlier today to honour one week since becoming a mommy for the first time to baby Koi. Koi Phoenix was seen in the black-and-white photo holding his mother's finger. Ileana captioned the image she posted, "1 week of becoming your Mama (red heart emoji)," on Facebook.

The Rustom star posted her newborn child's first photo to Instagram last week.

The joy we feel in welcoming our precious child into the world cannot be expressed in words. Our hearts are beyond full," she stated. Ileana has not yet revealed her partner's identify or introduced him to the public.
She had, however, leaked photos from her recent date night with the love of her life a few weeks prior. She used Instagram stories to give her followers a peek at their cosy dinner date.

Ileana was spotted wearing a stunning red strappy dress, while her mystery companion wore a black shirt and trousers and had a scruffy beard and moustache. In their photos, Ileana could be seen smiling and glowing, leaning on his shoulder, taking a selfie, and cutely staring at him.
The man in the picture looked similar to the one in the hazy picture Ileana posted earlier this month. She had posted a blurry, monochromatic photo of herself with an enigmatic man along with a nice message about the joys of pregnancy.

"A beautiful, beautiful blessing, being pregnant... I feel myself to be so extremely happy to be on this path since I never thought I'd be lucky enough to experience this. The beauty of feeling a life developing inside of you is beyond words. The most of the time, I'm just overwhelmed and thinking, "Wow, I get to see you soon," but other days are just incredibly challenging. Trying so hard."

She went on to write, "There are too many. utterly devouring. And the situation seems hopeless. There are also tears. The guilt comes next. And the voice in my head discourages me. I ought to be grateful rather than grieving about something so unimportant. I should be more capable. How will I be a mother if I'm not strong enough? Furthermore, I have no idea what kind of mother I will be. Actually, I don't. I only know that I adore this small person so much that I could burst. And I believe that's enough for now."