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Aishwarya Rai’s daughter Aaradhya has brown eyes, says a fan in London

London, June 16 (): As the whole world is waiting to get an opportunity to glimpse Aishwarya Rai’s daughter Beti B’s face, a lucky fan in London got a chance to meet Aishwarya with her daughter.

The fan, Anisah Hussain lives in London. Aishwarya Rai is at present on a trip to London with her seven-month-old daughter Aaradhya Bachchan. Anisah Hussain spotted Aishwarya shopping with her daughter Beti B at a designer store in UK’s Oxfordshire County. Immediately she approached her and introduced herself. Aishwarya was polite and also showed her the little one’s face.

Anisah tweeted “@juniorbachchan @SrBachchan met Aishwarya and Aaradhya at Bicester Village today! Got an autograph too:)”.

Anisah further posted “Aishwarya was certainly nice and friendly. Aaradhya too was very cute! Aishwarya was carrying her in a pouch and also showed me her face properly! :D”. Aishwarya Rai also gave Anisah an autograph.

While describing the little beauty Aaradhya Bachchan, Anisah wrote the baby was very cute and fair like her mother with pretty eyes and attractive, long eyelashes. The shape of her eyes was just like that of Aishwarya but, unlike her mother’s eyes, she had brown eyes. Aishwarya has beautiful light green eyes.

As the Bachchans are still not set to reveal the first looks of Beti B, this information, yet very little will certainly keep everyone talking.

Earlier, Abhishek Bachchan has said that they do not approve of the media taking photographs of their little daughter, but they don’t mind if she is happened to be seen somewhere in her day-to-day life. It looks like the Bachchans’ are very practical and true to their words.

In the start of this month Aishwarya Rai was sighted with her seven-month-old daughter at Mumbai airport. Daddy Abhishek Bachchan and grandparents Amitabh-Jaya also accompanied the actress and Aaradhya. The little one was seen in the arms of Aishwarya, but the face could not be properly viewed.