Preity Zinta, a co-owner of the Punjab Kings, will be unable to attend the Indian Premier League’s mega auction in Bangalore. Preeti, who recently became a mother, recently shared this information on social media and explained why. Preeti also stated that she does not want to be alone with her young children at this time.
Preeti shared an old IPL auction photo.
“This year I will not be able to participate in the IPL auction because I can’t come to India except for my little kids,” Preeti wrote alongside an old photo from the IPL auction. My team and I have spent the last few days preparing for auction after auction. I’ve been talking about cricket a lot.”
Preeti solicited fan suggestions from the players.
“I wanted to share this information with my fans and ask them if they have any player suggestions or recommendations for our new team,” Preeti continued, “I wanted to share this information with my fans and ask them if they have any player suggestions or recommendations for our new team.” I’m curious as to who is wearing the red jersey this year. “I’d like to see.”
“So who will auction Punjab Kings?” a user asked Preeti in the comments section. “Bring David Warner into your team, it will benefit you, and try Kagiso Rabada as well,” another user suggested. Let us inform you that the IPL 2022 auction will take place in Bengaluru on February 12 and 13.
Through surrogacy, Preeti has become the mother of twins.
When it comes to Preeti, she gave birth to twins through surrogacy in November of last year. Preeti is very busy taking care of her children since becoming a mother. Preeti and her husband Jeanne Goodenough’s home has echoed with the child’s cries after five years of marriage. Preeti herself had informed her fans of the news via social media. Let us inform you that they have two daughters, Jai Zinta Goodenough and Jia Zinta Goodenough.