Actor Sunny Leone, who adopted girl child Nisha in 2017, has surprised everyone by extending her brood with two more children - sons Noah and Asher, reported IANS.
Sunny took to Twitter and Instagram to post a photograph of herself along with husband Daniel Weber and their three children.
Sunny captioned it, "God's plan! June 21st, 2017 was the day Daniel and I found out that we might possibly be having three children within a short amount of time. We planned and tried to have a family and after so many years are family is now complete with Asher Singh Weber, Noah Singh Weber and Nisha Kaur Weber."
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Sunny, 36, later tweeted that Noah and Asher are their biological children.
"Just so there is no confusion Asher and Noah are our biological children. We chose surrogacy to complete our family many years ago and it's now finally complete so happy!"
The Jism 2 star said in a statement, "We chose to do surrogacy with a fertilised egg from Daniel's genes and my genes. Asher and Noah are our biological children and God sent us an angel surrogate to carry our boys until they were born."
She continued, "Our boys were born a few weeks ago but were alive in our hearts and eyes for many years. God planned something so special for us and gave us a large family. We are both proud parents of three beautiful children. Surprise everyone."
Daniel shared the same photograph and tweeted, "Say hello to Noah and Asher Weber! Family. The next chapter of life! Karen (Sunny), Nisha, Noah, Asher and me."
Speaking about motherhood, Sunny had earlier said, “I had fallen in love with that baby girl. The girl’s name is Nisha Kaur Weber. It takes 8 hours for the car to come from Latur to Mumbai. Nisha continued laughing all the way and playing. It was all new to me and Daniel. When we saw Nisha’s photo, I was very excited, happy and emotional too.”
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