Pregnant Career Woman: Fashion Designer Gives Up Career for Pregregnancy


Fashion designer and mother of four Priti Bhargava, 40, gave up her job as an accountant to be pregnant.

Priti, who is the founder of the fashion company Vakam, is the second mother to be a parent, following the first, who had her second child in 2015.

Her third child, a daughter, is due in 2019.

In an interview to The Hindu, Pritia, who works from her home in Mumbai, said she felt the need to make a change for her children and wanted to share her story with others.

“I am the only parent who had children of my own.

I was very fortunate that I have had two children, but I never felt comfortable about my choices.

I didn’t think about how my children might grow up, but the baby came along and gave me hope,” she said.”

When the time came to give birth, I was worried about the baby and the complications, but my child did well.

She did very well,” Pritie said.

Pritiam told The Hindu that she had to give up her lucrative modelling career to give her child a better start in life.

“It was very difficult for me to decide whether to give my child up to be born or to keep doing modelling and to keep my modelling career.

I had to decide between the two,” she told The Indian Express.

Her daughter, Jaspreet, has a disability, Pita said.

“I have to be careful not to give him a false impression.

If I make him feel that he is inferior to me, I will lose him.

But I had an extra hope that he would be better off.

We will have a good life together,” she added.

The designer said that she did not know what would happen to her career after giving birth.

“My career will be on hold.

I am not sure when I will return to modelling or how long I will remain in that role,” she explained.

She said that as a mother of two children and a designer, she had a very strong sense of responsibility to her family and to her profession.

“For me, it is my job to help the children, and it is very important to me to make sure that I give them the best education possible.

If it is a hard decision, I am sure my children will come to me for help,” she lamented.

Pivka Lal, managing director, Kaleeba Fashion, a luxury brand, said that the fashion industry is in a transition.

“As fashion trends change, our industry is evolving,” she pointed out.