Paula MacSweeney Expecting Again Months After Ectopic Pregnancy
It’s nice to get some good news amidst all of the doom and gloom we’re surrounded with currently.
Today FM presenter Paula MacSweeney has announced that she is expecting again and we could not be more delighted for her.
The presenter shared her good news with her Instagram followers on Friday in a touching post where she revealed a photo of her first scan.
‘We have a new bae on the way, how lucky are we?’ she gushed to her followers. Her news comes in the wake of the devastating ectopic pregnancy she endured last year and she is clearly overjoyed to be pregnant again.
She announced that her little bundle of joy is due in October and joked: ‘And big bualadh bos to my right Fallopian tube – talk about stepping up.’
Given the current situation, Paula revealed that she won’t be taking any chances and is going into ‘cocoon mode.’
She told her followers: ‘Obviously this isn’t the time to take any risks, so I’m going into cocoon mode and continue Early Breakfast next week from my wardrobe,’ wryly adding: ‘There’s a sentence I never thought I’d say.’
Friends and fans have rushed to congratulate her on her news and her post has already been liked thousands of times by well-wishers.
‘Huge congratulations Paula. Delighted for you both. You deserve all the happiness,’ one person commented.
Another fan remarked: ‘Huge congratulations Paula, love the show on the way to work. You are always so happy and positive. I wish you every happiness and pure joy with this baba.’
A third person replied to say that this was ‘the best news and that they were so, so happy.’
Paula bravely took to social media a couple of months back to discuss her heartbreaking loss to raise awareness of ectopic pregnancy.
‘I knew the pause wasn’t good. I knew the swishing around of the wand over my old C-section scar wasn’t good. I definitely knew the empty cavity that was my uterus, staring back at me from the screen wasn’t good,’ she wrote at the time.
‘After a little more hide-and-seek we happened upon what we were looking for. Tiny, perfect, its little heart beating away… in the wrong place.’ As a result of the surgery to end the pregnancy, Paula’s left fallopian was removed, drastically reducing her chances of getting pregnant again, but delightful little miracles happy every day!
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