That pregnancy glow! Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew cradles her baby bump in white polka dot dress in a photo shoot for WHO magazine
Edwina Bartholomew is expecting her first child in December.
And the Sunrise newsreader looked simply glowing in a photo shoot for this week’s edition WHO magazine.
The 35-year-old journalist cradled her blossoming baby bump while modelling a white polka dot wrap dress.
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That pregnancy glow! Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew (pictured) looks bright and breezy as she cradles her baby bump in a white polka-dot wrap dress for new Who magazine shoot
The Channel Seven presenter, who is four months along, placed a hand on her stomach in the photos.
In the accompanying interview, she spoke to WHO about how pregnancy has changed her body.
Edwina joked that while some people, like Jennifer Hawkins, manage to stay slim while they bump grows, her experience has been different.
Bumping along: Edwina has revealed how pregnancy changed her body very early in her pregnancy while also sharing her fertility struggles. Pictured at the Logies on Sunday at four months pregnant
She said: ‘Jennifer Hawkins announced that she was pregnant around the same time [as me], and I was like, “That’s unfortunate because you’re just going in one direction and I’m going in five directions!”‘
‘You come to realise everyone’s pregnancy is different,’ Edwina added.
‘I’m guessing [Jennifer] doesn’t have the same addiction to corn chips early on as I did! It’s super weird, like my boobs got bigger and my thighs.’
Oh baby: Supermodel Jennifer announced in May that she’s expecting her first child with her husband of five years, Jake Wall, just weeks before Edwina’s announcement. Pictured at four months pregnant
Jennifer announced her pregnancy in May, just weeks before Edwina revealed she was also expecting her first child.
Edwina began showing early on in her pregnancy and was forced to make the announcement at 12 weeks.
She told WHO that she and her husband Neil Varcoe were trying to conceive for six months before she got pregnant.
Fertility struggles: She said she and her husband of one-year Neil Varcoe (right) tried to conceive for six months before she got pregnant. Pictured on their wedding day in April last year
‘It completely sapped the romance out of getting pregnant. But you know, I’m 35 – time’s ticking,’ she said.
‘We had all the fertility tests and I did have a test that showed I had a genetic predisposition to low fertility.’
Last month, Edwina announced her pregnancy news live on Sunrise.
Coming soon! The mum-to-be also shared a sonogram photo with Sunrise viewers, adding that she is yet to find out if she’s having a boy or a girl
‘We’re having a baby, due in December,’ she told her colleagues.
‘We’re super stoked and our family is really excited. Mum has been bursting at the seams to tell everyone – so mum, you can tell everyone!’
She explained that Sunrise co-host Samantha Armytage already knew about the pregnancy, and fellow reporter Natalie Barr had guessed it due to her odd cravings.
Supportive colleagues: David Koch was visibly delighted by Edwina’s announcement, giving her a big hug and saying, ‘How exciting! I love a baby!’
David Koch was visibly delighted by Edwina’s announcement, giving her a big hug and saying: ‘How exciting! I love a baby!’
The mother-to-be also shared a sonogram photo with Sunrise viewers, adding that she is yet to find out if she’s having a boy or a girl.
Edwina and media executive Neil first met as colleagues at radio station 2GB, and had been together for six years when Neil proposed in April 2017.
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