Saif and Kareena had welcomed their cute little munchkin son, Taimur Ali Khan on December 20, 2016, and ever since his first photograph went viral on social media, he has become the new internet sensation. The two-year-old Taimur Ali Khan draws more paparazzi than any other A-lister in Bollywood.
Even though Taimur is a two-year-old kid, Taimur is a star already. The little kiddo has outlived his superstar parents’ stardom. There are several fan pages on social media that are dedicated to Little Taimur.
In a recent interview, Kareena had revealed to Romedy Now’s show, ‘The Love Laugh Live’ that she and husband Saif Ali Khan has been thinking quit for a while now about sending son Taimur to boarding school.
As per a recent, report, the Parent of Tim had decided to send their little munchkin to England to study in a boarding school just like his father, Saif, and grandfather, Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. Little Tim will be following the footsteps of Pataudi traditions and soon be studying in England’s prestigious school, Lockers Park Prep School, which is located in Hertfordshire and is one of the top schools.
Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan herself studied in a boarding school in Dehradun, and she had previously mentioned that she had loved the experience. Even her husband Saif had studied in a boarding school from the age of 7′ till he was 17years old. When it comes to education every parent gets worried about their children’s future and one such parent is Saif and Bebo.
Further, expressing her views on Taimur’s education career Kareena had revealed, “I and Saif are pretty much in for it. The life in Mumbai, the life we have in the movies might push us to the point where we want best for our son’s future. Right now, I can’t have people trailing my son around. It just bothers me when people say, ‘oh I look at Taimur’s picture, and it makes me happy’ I find it a little weird also because I don’t look at other kids’ pictures and say it makes me happy. It is just the way I am.” She added, “It will be great if he can have a normal life somewhere safe and better, though we are trying as much as we can.