Amir Khan's wife Faryal Makhdoom has started selling some of their furniture on social media ahead of their move from Greater Manchester to Berkshire. The 28-year-old has been showcasing some of their luxurious pieces on Instagram Stories, including everything from coffee tables to dining chairs, as they prepare to make a new start with their daughters Lamaisah and Alayna, and their baby son, who is due early this year.
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Sharing photos of the bespoke furniture and home accessories with her 884,000 followers, Faryal wrote: "Getting rid of some of my house furniture because I am mooooving soon!! Going to post some photos if anyone is interested. Serious buyers only, please don't waste my time."
Amir Khan's wife Faryal Makhdoom is selling their furniture on Instagram Stories
Faryal also warned that the furniture would not be cheap, adding: "All my furniture is bespoke made and high end so it will not be cheap, please keep that in mind before messaging me."
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Some of the pieces on offer include an oval-shaped grey upholstered coffee table, which was pictured in the family living room, with Swarovski's Crystal Palace book positioned on top. The couple are also selling their cream dining chairs, which have dark legs and stud detailing, and a glass console table with a complementing rectangular mirror.
Faryal is selling the furniture before they move house
It is an exciting time for Amir and Faryal, as not only are they preparing for a big house move, but they are also set to welcome their third child together, a baby boy. Speaking to HELLO! in July 2019, Faryal said she and Amir were happier than ever, and explained that the boxer had been transformed following the birth of their second daughter.
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"My daughter Alayna is a special child. After I gave birth to her, a few months later my husband completely changed. It was like a miracle. She was a miracle child. He’s always home, never goes out, loves the girls to bits… I now have to beg him to leave the house," she said. "He always wants us around. We work like a team and it feels great because the love grows. I can notice Amir must have realised how much effort I put in him and my kids to save our marriage, to make him a better person."
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