"I actually have a fourth baby, let me show you!"
Faryal Makhdoom poked fun at her husband Amir Khan by referring to him as her “fourth baby” when she was asked if she would have more children in the future.
The influencer held a fan Q&A on Instagram on November 21, 2020.
Amid the questions about her life, one follower asked whether she and Amir would be open to having more children.
She then revealed that she actually has a fourth baby and offers to show her followers.
Faryal says: “I actually have a fourth baby, let me show you!”
Faryal points the camera towards the kitchen and pokes fun at her husband as she secretly films him while he cooks.
On the prospect of having more children, Faryal ruled out the possibility in the future, saying that three was enough.
Faryal is a mother to Lamaisah, Alayna and Muhammad Zaviyar.
Faryal also spoke about living in England, being in the public eye and keeping her American accent.
She said: “I miss America, you’ll always miss where you’re familiar with and where you grew up, but England is definitely home for me.
“I think I’m really holding onto my American accent. I don’t think it’s as strong as it once was, but I still got it! I ain’t famous, I’m just an ordinary young girl, living my life.”
The mother-of-three also revealed that she is set to take one of her daughters to Pakistan sometime in December 2020.
She also said she was planning on picking up the keys to her new home in Dubai, however, the plans have to be rescheduled as a result of the pandemic.
Faryal Makhdoom also reflected on getting married at an early age. She even advised a fan on how to prepare for their first date.
“I was 19 years old when I met him. I’m sure I was 21 [when I got married], had a baby by 22, had another baby by 25.”
“I was young! You just have to be yourself, and just live the moment.”
Faryal previously expressed thanks that her family was safe after Amir crashed their £90,000 Mercedes on the M6.
The former world champion had lost control of the car in wet weather and collided into the central reservation.
Fortunately, no one was hurt and Faryal told her social media followers that she and her family were safe at home.
She wrote: “Thankful to be home cozy & safe. My family & I were involved in a terrible car accident this weekend.
‘Alhumdulilah, I truly believe all the Charity work and Sadaqah is what’s protected us. I just want to thank you all so much for your kind messages – made me feel so much better.
“Most importantly my family and I are all healthy and doing ok.”