Edwina Bartholomew fans ask her if she’s PREGNANT on a regular basis

Sunrise star Edwina Bartholomew says she’s overrun with messages asking if she’s PREGNANT – just one year after welcoming her first child

She’s a doting mother to her daughter Molly, who she welcomed with her husband Neil Varcoe in December 2019.

And on Thursday, Sunrise presenter Edwina Bartholomew revealed she’s already being asked by fans if she’s pregnant with baby number two, with every new picture she posts on social media.

Writing in a blog for The Daily Telegraph, Edwina, 37, revealed: ‘With each photo, the comments come thick and fast – “time for a sibling”, “when is baby No. 2 due?”, “getting clucky?”‘

‘Baby number two?’: On Thursday, Sunrise weather presenter Edwina Bartholomew revealed she’s already being asked if she’s pregnant with baby number two, with every new picture she posts on social media

‘The only thing I’m getting is the laundry, the groceries, the meals and the spray and wipe,’ she joked.

She did say that while the thought of having a second baby right now is ‘exhausting’, she’s still somehow a little jealous of those couples ‘already taking the plunge’.

‘For the record, I’m not pregnant. Yet. Thanks for asking,’ she added.

Someday: She did say that while the thought of having a second baby right now is 'exhausting', she's still 'somehow a little jealous of those couples already taking the plunge'. Pictured with daughter Molly and husband Neil Varcoe

Someday: She did say that while the thought of having a second baby right now is ‘exhausting’, she’s still ‘somehow a little jealous of those couples already taking the plunge’. Pictured with daughter Molly and husband Neil Varcoe

Edwina and her husband are happier than ever with their little family, after meeting on radio station 2GB almost a decade ago. 

In a recent editorial for The Courier Mail in October, Edwina revealed she’d broken all of her parenting rules with little Molly, including no screens, organic food only and making sure the house wasn’t overrun by toys.

‘Fast forward nearly a year and I’ve broken them all, especially that last one,’ she wrote.

Cute: Edwina and her husband are happier than ever with their little family, after meeting on radio station 2GB almost a decade ago

Cute: Edwina and her husband are happier than ever with their little family, after meeting on radio station 2GB almost a decade ago

‘We are now living in a home run by a tiny human overlord with tiny bits and pieces of her little life scattered all over our formally pristine lounge and dining.’

Edwina admitted that while she’s okay with the increased mess, her ‘slightly OCD’ husband has had a hard time adjusting.

‘This is the new world disorder, and it’s OK. Our child can watch Bluey, eating a supermarket-bought pouch, next to a mountain of toys, and we will all survive,’ she concluded.

Breaking the rules: In an editorial for The Courier Mail in October, Edwina revealed she'd broken all of her parenting rules, including no screens, organic food only and making sure the house wasn't overrun by toys

Breaking the rules: In an editorial for The Courier Mail in October, Edwina revealed she’d broken all of her parenting rules, including no screens, organic food only and making sure the house wasn’t overrun by toys

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