Reham Khan’s tell-all book on Imran Khan’s illegitimate kids

NEW DELHI: Reham Khan, former wife of Pakistan’s cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan has claimed that the chairman of PTI has five illegitimate children including “some” Indians.

The 45-year-old British-Pakistani journalist in her self-titled autobiography “Reham Khan” which was finally released on Amazon Kindle on Thursday details their troubled 10-month marriage and the 65-year-old PTI leader’s illegitimate children.

She claimed that Imran had confessed to her about his five illegitimate children out of which some are Indians.

As per the book, here’s how the interaction took place between Imran and Reham.

Reham Khan writes: “After a few weeks of our marriage, as we discussed Tyrian, Imran casually added,

“You know she isn’t the only one I have”. He grinned mischievously. There are 5 in total, that I know of”.

“Five what?!” I gasped.

“Kids,” he laughed.

“What? You have five illegitimate children! How do you know?” I asked.

“Well, the mothers told me,” he said.

“All White’s?”

“No, some are Indians. The eldest is 34 now.”

“How Imran? Why did the mother not come out with it?”

“Because she was over the moon! She had been married for ages and couldn’t get pregnant. She was overjoyed, promised to keep it a secret, and begged to keep it. So I said OK.”

“And the rest? Why did they never speak?” I fired at him. There were so many questions in my head.

“Well, because they were all married and they didn’t want their marriages to be destroyed,” he said.

“Does anyone else know?” I asked, still reeling.

“Only Jemima does. I told her,” he replied nonchalantly.

In her book, Reham has described Imran Khan as womaniser, drug abuser, and gay. The ex-wife of Pakistan cricketer turned politician Imran Khan alleged that Imran used to beat her and had a live-in relationship with a married man.