Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani have three children – Akash Ambani, Isha Ambani and Anant Ambani. Ambanis have been at the center of headlines from last year, after the world saw the grand weddings of Isha Ambani and Akash Ambani. While, Akash married his childhood sweetheart, Shloka Mehta on March 9, 2018 and Isha Ambani tied the nuptial knot with Anand Piramal on December 2018.
Apart from the grandeur décor and many Bollywood biggies attending the celebrations, Beyonce and Maroon 5 too performed at the wedding making it an even bigger event. Clearly, the Ambanis didn’t shy away from dropping humongous amounts of money on both the weddings. It is safe to say that the videos and pictures from the weddings are still making a buzz on the internet.
If this wasn’t enough, today, an unseen throwback picture of the twins Akash and Isha with their parents Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani has surfaced the internet and trust you me it is the cutest picture ever!
Nita Ambani and Mukesh Ambani with Akash and Isha
In this vintage picture, Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani can be seen holding Isha and Akash in their arms. What makes this picture #cutenessoverload is the sight of adorable Isha giving her brother Akash a peck on his cheek.
While, Nita can been seen donning a green top and a headband with no-makeup look, Mukesh can be seen wearing a navy blue tee. In the photo, Isha wore a white and pink dress and Akash donned a white tee.
Earlier, during an interview with iDiva, Nita Ambani opened up about the twins being born through IVF. She said, A few years after I got married, I was told by the doctors that I would never have children. Even when I was in school, I would write long, copious essays titled, 'When I'll be a mother...' Here I was at the age of 23 being told that I would never conceive. I was shattered. However, with the help of Dr Firuza Parikh, who is one of my closest friends, I first conceived my twins.”
Isha had opened up about IVF to Vogue, she said, "My parents had us after seven years of marriage—my twin Akash and I were IVF babies. When my mother finally had us she wanted to be a full-time mum initially. Later, she went back to work when we were five, but she was still a tiger mom."