Sakshi Dhoni's shares adorable selfie pics with daughter Ziva and MS Dhoni on Instagram

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See Pics: MS Dhoni's wife Sakshi shares selfie photos with her daughter Ziva on Instagram
See Pics: MS Dhoni's wife Sakshi shares selfie photos with her daughter Ziva on Instagram

London : While the Indian team is busy with their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 campaign, the former India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni took some time off from his busy schedule in England to spend some quality time with his family.

Dhoni stepped down as the captain of the limited-overs' sides in January, early this year. But the veteran glovesman, who is known as of the greatest ever finishers in cricket, continues to be a vital cog in Virat Kohli's team.

Sakshi Dhoni is seen enjoying a family dinner with husband MS Dhoni and their daughter Ziva Dhoni at a Japanese restaurant, Wagamama, in Kensigton High Street, London, making users go awww!

Recently, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s wife Sakshi Dhoni took to social media and uploaded a picture with daughter Ziva and husband on her Instagram account that was captioned, “Family time !”

Here are the Pics:

Family time !

A post shared by Sakshi Singh Dhoni (@sakshisingh_r) on


A post shared by Sakshi Singh Dhoni (@sakshisingh_r) on

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