Adnan Sami, wife welcome baby daughter
Singer-music composer Adnan Sami and his model wife Roya have been blessed with a baby girl.
The 45-year-old musician took to Twitter to share the news about his bundle of joy.
"Roya and I have been blessed with an angelic baby girl.
We've named her Medina Sami Khan. Prayed for a daughter. Over Joyed! #daddyslittlegirl," wrote Adnan.
The "Bhar Do Jholi" singer said in a statement that he has found an inspiration for his music in his daughter and she is going to be the centre of his world.
"Medina is the most incredible thing that's happened to us. Both Roya and I always wanted a daughter and she is already my lucky charm... Both mother and child are healthy and are doing fine," Adnan added.
The singer is already a father to son Azaan from first marriage to Pakistani actress Zeba Bakhtiar. They were divorced in 1997.
He then married Dubai-based Arab Sabah Galadari in 2001 and divorced her a year-and-a-half later.
Adnan married for the third time on January 29, 2010 with Roya Faryabi.
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