Sameera Reddy’s daughter Nyra is just three months old and she has travelled to a lot of places, all thanks to her mother. The actress was blessed with Nyra in the month of July and months after her delivery, Sameera went on an adventurous trip to Karnataka. Sameera climbed Mullayanagiri with her daughter strapped to her front and there was never a moment when the little one cried. Yes, you read that right. Sharing her thrilling journey with Mumbai Mirror, Sameera Reddy revealed that it was an educational trip for her four-year-old son Hans and how her daughter actually enjoyed this experience.

“It was an educational trip for four-and-a-half-year-old Hans. We also went on a safari in Bhadra reserve so that he could see animals like tigers and peacocks, two of which he spotted right in front of the door. It was a special moment for him. Then, we went hiking and I decided to scale Karnataka’s highest peak. It’s something I was really excited about,” the actress said. Sameera, who suffered postpartum depression and sat at home for a year, kept herself active throughout her second pregnancy. “I was confused, feeling low and crying all the time. Maybe it was the baby blues and I did not want to go down that road again. That’s why I have been up and about since the first day of this pregnancy. I was shooting till a day prior to Nyra’s birth,” she added.

On being asked if she found it difficult to travel with her little one Nyra, Sameera retorted, “My Nyra is an explorer, she was wide awake all the way, checking out everything. Not once did she cry and later she slept really well.” Must say, Nyra is a strong girl!

Further, in conversation with the leading daily, Sameera mentioned that she found a role model in Kareena Kapoor Khan, who also worked while she was pregnant. Praising Bebo for being a hands-on mother, she added, “She is such a hands-on loving mother and I respect her for breaking the myth that motherhood requires you to change your attitude with respect to your career.”

Kudos to both Sameera and Kareena for being fearless mothers!

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