While the dads are away, the little ones will play and Shah Rukh Khan‘s wife, Gauri Khan, ensured they did just that as she spent the Sunday morning with her little bundle of joy AbRam and Karan Johar‘s little munchkins Yash and Roohi. Sharing a picture of their fun time in the garden, Gauri set fans ogling at the awwdorable frame.

In the shared picture, Gauri, dressed in a grey summery poncho paired with a white lower and teamed with reflectors, can be seen flanked by the three musketeers. While Yash donned a black tee paired with red shorts and looked distractedly away from the frame, sitting on one side of Gauri, his sister Roohi looked straight into the lens shyly as she sat on the opposite side, dressed in a baby pink top. Sitting cuddled in his mamma’s lap, AbRam donned a sky blue tee paired with army green shorts, teamed with a blue shoe in one leg and a red one in the other. Holding the babies close, Gauri posed for the camera and captioned the picture as, “Spending time with the three musketeers” (sic).

 
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Spending time with the three musketeers ❤️@karan Johar

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Earlier, AbRam and Gauri were spotted as they headed out with Shah Rukh Khan on the day of polling in Mumbai. Like many other Bollywood celebs, actor Shah Rukh Khan also cast his vote with wife Gauri Khan in Mumbai on April 29, 2019. The superstar was accompanied by his youngest kid, AbRam Khan at the polling booth. SRK taking his little munchkin along while exercising his democratic right made for a cute sight. But, there’s a legit reason behind why SRK did so. The actor has made an Instagram post revealing why he took AbRam to the polling booth today.

Shah Rukh posted a picture of himself with Gauri and AbRam from outside the polling booth on Instagram. In the caption, he revealed that the little one didn’t know how was ‘voting’ different from ‘boating’ and therefore, he thought of taking the kid along. The caption of SRK’s post read, “Little one was a bit confused between ‘Boating’ and Voting, so took him along to experience the difference.” (sic)