Anushka Sharma posted photos from her pool time with Virat Kohli, who showered her with affection. The star also showed off a photo of her Kerala lunch.
Anushka Sharma spent her Tuesday afternoon swimming and eating wonderful food. The actor headed to Instagram to post a series of cheerful pool photos as well as a preview of her meal.
Anushka Sharma was photographed posing for the camera while wearing a bright, neon green swimsuit. In one photograph, she was recorded in a spontaneous moment, while in another, she posed for the camera. She accompanied the photo with a Shamrock emoji.
Cricketer Virat Kohli, Anushka's husband, jumped to the comments section and lavished her with affection. He added a heart and a heart-eyes emoji to his message.
In the meantime, Anushka uploaded a photo of her meal on Instagram Stories. She appeared to be offered a variety of meals, including dosa and a side dish of drumsticks served on a traditional banana leaf. In the frame, there was also a little banana. 'Delicious,' she said in the caption.
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Anushka and Virat, together with their daughter Vamika, have only lately returned to India. Virat and the Indian cricket team were competing in the ICC T20 World Cup in the UAE, where the couple was stationed. The couple celebrated Virat's birthday and Diwali during their visit.
Anushka recently spoke with Grazia India about parenthood and expressed concern that she could 'loathe' her figure after childbirth"I was telling a friend how worried I was about the pressure put on women to look a certain way, even before they become mothers before they become pregnant, and certainly, after they've had a baby," she said. "I was concerned, despite the fact that I am pretty self-aware. I was worrying, 'Am I going to hate my body?'" she expressed her concern.
"It's not the same; my body isn't as toned as it used to be."And I'm putting in the effort because I enjoy staying in shape. Having said that, even when I had the "perfect physique," I am far more at peace in my own skin now than I was before. "I've realised it's a mental state, not a physical appearance," she added.