Amidst rife speculations that actress Kareena Kapoor Khan, who's expecting her first child with husband Saif Ali Khan in December this year, has undergone a sex determination test for the baby, the couple has released an official statement refuting the rumours.
The actress' spokesperson in response to the media reports said:
"The report is completely baseless and the couple strongly denies any such incident. There was no such discussion with any doctor in London and the report is purely a figment of someone's imagination. Kareena and Saif are both mature adults and are above all this. We would like to request everyone not to unnecessary sensationalise a private issue."
The grapevine was abuzz on Wednesday that on their recent visit to London, the couple went for a sex determination test for their baby.
It was on 2 July that Saif opened up to the media about his wife's pregnancy.
"My wife and I would like to announce that we are expecting our first child in December. We would like to thank our well wishers for their blessings and support and also the press for their discretion and patience," Saif, who already has two children with his former wife Amrita Singh, had said.