The model shared a selfie with Instagram followers on Sunday evening Faryal posted an image of herself alongside Amir and their three-year old daughter LamaisahHer update suggested a surprise reconciliation may well be on the cards
Faryal Makhdoom appeared to dramatically reunite with estranged husband Amir Khan on Sunday evening, just days after the boxer enjoyed a night out with a Brazilian model.
Taking to Instagram, the pregnant model 26, shared an image of herself alongside Amir, 30, and their three-year old daughter Lamaisah.
With no apparent reference to when the picture was taken, Faryal hinted at a brighter future after months of well-documented acrimony by adding the caption: ‘We’re going to be doing this all over again.’ The update suggested a surprise reconciliation may well be on the cards following a bitter war of words, played out across social media in the months following their divorce announcement in August.
MailOnline has contacted Amir’s representatives for further comment.
Faryal previously appeared to reflect on the end of her marriage by sharing a thought-provoking quote alongside a snap in a bridal gown, one day after pictures emerged him on a night out with another woman.
Taking to Instagram on Saturday, she posted: ‘One day, you will find peace in the burning of the past.’
Quoting the popular internet writer R.M Drake, the message accompanied an elaborate picture of herself in traditional Pakistani wedding wear.
Modelling bridal wear, Faryal looked statuesque adorned in jewellery sat in front of an ornate bookshelf looking into the distance.
The post came a day after Amir, 30, was seen with Brazilian model, Bella Gusmao, outside a shisha bar in London, before they jumped into a cab together and headed off.
Amir, who has been out of the ring for nearly two years after suffering a heavy knockout, seemed in good spirits with the brunette stunner, who bore a striking resemblance to Faryal.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline earlier in the week, Faryal said that she will teach her daughter to be an ‘independent and strong’ example for Muslim women hot on the heels of her split from her husband.
New York-born Faryal and former unified light-welterweight world champion Amir, who married in 2013, share three-year-old daughter Lamaisah.
After months of public problems, including a family spat, rumours of a sex tape and cheating allegations, Amir and his wife sensationally split earlier this year.
The boxer, from Bolton, who is worth £23million, announced their split in a tweet that read ‘So me and the wife Faryal have agreed to split. I’m currently in Dubai. Wish her all the best’ – Weeks later, Faryal revealed she was expecting their second child.
Last month Faryal deleted her pleading apology after the boxer appeared to snub her attempted reconciliation. Faryal posted a lengthy message on Twitter saying it is time for her and Khan to put their ‘differences behind us’.
The businesswoman also apologised for all the ‘infighting’ between herself and Amir parents, which she revealed has had a ‘terrible effect’ on her marriage.
But soon afterwards Amir took to Twitter, confirming to fans their divorce would go ahead and wishing her well. Faryal had tweeted the statement of apology to her 180,000 followers just hours after announcing the launch of her own lipstick brand.
She wrote: ‘The past three months have been really tough on me and my marriage. Matters haven’t been helped by the fact that my husband has been out of the ring for quite some time… it’s been very stressful for us as a couple, and a family.
‘I now recognise that all this infighting between me and my in-laws has had a terrible effect on my husband and I… and for that I would like to sincerely apologise.
‘My mother and father-in-law are the elders of our family and as such deserve love and respect just as much as my own parents do. I’ve said things in the past out of anger… I didn’t really mean and regret now.’
She added: ‘My daughter and unborn child do not deserve a broken home. That is why I have decided that it is time to put our differences behind us, and start afresh.
‘All families go through hard times. It is unfortunate for us that our difficulties were played out so publicly. I also apologise for my part in that.’