Amir Khan didn’t just settle for a stuffed toy animal for his son’s first birthday – instead, he splurged on a £30,000 Rolex watch for the tot.
The boxer and his wife Faryal Makhdoom are preparing to celebrate their youngest, Muhammad Zaviyar, turning one years old on February 22.
It probably comes as no surprise that they’ll be spoiling the little one but Muhammad will own a designer watch probably before he’s walking.
Amir, 34, shared a photo of the shiny Rolex Cosmograph Daytona timepiece which usually retails for around £29,600 so, it’s safe to say that Muhammad will learn to have expensive taste from a young age.
‘Got my little boy his first birthday present, he watch collection needs to [be] on [point],’ Amir captioned the Instagram story.
Imagine what the lucky little fella will get for his second birthday!
Amir and Faryal’s other children; Lamaisah, six, and Alayna, two, are already accustomed to the luxury lifestyle as they’ve been thrown lavish birthday parties in recent years.
Faryal, 29, opened up about what it was like to give birth during the coronavirus pandemic and coping with a newborn during lockdown.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk last April, Faryal explained: ‘In the last two months of my pregnancy, I was constantly home and I thought, as soon as I have my baby I’m going to go on a nice holiday, I’m going to enjoy it with my kids and be able to take some time off but it’s so unfortunate.
‘After pregnancy you go through postnatal depression. This time I didn’t get it as bad as I did with my first child. But I felt like all this happening put me on a… where I was a bit low and I was a bit down.’
She continued: ‘Having a newborn baby and then knowing what’s going on in the world, all these deaths are happening, everyone struggling and people getting laid off of jobs.’
Sharing how she has dealt with the sadness, Faryal admitted: ‘It was really taking a toll on me, you know? I was getting really, really upset.
‘But I just try to keep myself busy doing other things, reading books and finding time out, praying and meditating. And I try to make it go a positive way.’
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