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Tiffiny Hall reveals she and husband Ed Kavalee are expecting their second child

Tiffiny Hall reveals she is expecting her second child with husband Ed Kavalee – as she shows off her baby bump in moving announcement


Tiffiny Hall has revealed that she and her comedian husband Ed Kavalee are expecting their second child. 

The Biggest Loser Australia host showed off her baby bump in an Instagram post shared on Sunday. 

The 37-year-old gushed about the happy news in her caption, writing: ‘A dream come true. Baby Kavalee coming in 2022’. 

Happy news:  Tiffiny Hall (pictured) has revealed that she and her comedian husband Ed Kavalee are expecting their second child. The Biggest Loser Australia host showed off her baby bump in an Instagram post shared on Sunday. The 37-year-old gushed about the happy news in her caption, writing: ‘A dream come true. Baby Kavalee coming in 2022’

In the image, the author already appears several months pregnant and is cradling her bump with her hand while dressed in activewear. 

In the comments, funnyman Ed, 42, replied with a joke, writing: ‘Huge Congrats to you and Sam Pang!’

The TV host and her radio star husband already have a son, Arnold, four. 

Family: The TV host and her radio star husband already have a son, Arnold, four. All pictured

Family: The TV host and her radio star husband already have a son, Arnold, four. All pictured  

Last year, Ed revealed that the pair, who were married in 2014, would like to have more children. 

‘At some point, if we’re lucky enough, we’d love to have another baby,’ Ed told Now To Love.  

Tiffiny has been open about her health issues, revealing that she has been diagnosed with two genetic blood pressure conditions known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and POTS.  

Dream come true: Last year, Ed revealed that the pair, who were married in 2014, would like to have more children. 'At some point, if we're lucky enough, we'd love to have another baby,' Ed told Now To Love

Dream come true: Last year, Ed revealed that the pair, who were married in 2014, would like to have more children. ‘At some point, if we’re lucky enough, we’d love to have another baby,’ Ed told Now To Love

The trainer revealed earlier this year she had been admitted to hospital ‘multiple times’ as she battled the debilitating illness. 

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) is a disease characterised by extreme exhaustion, sleep abnormalities and, in some cases, pain.

POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) is an illness that affects the flow of blood to the top of the body, with symptoms including lightheadedness, fainting and rapid heartbeat. 

Recovery: Tiffiny has been open about her health issues, revealing earlier this year that she has been diagnosed with two genetic blood pressure conditions known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and POTS

Recovery: Tiffiny has been open about her health issues, revealing earlier this year that she has been diagnosed with two genetic blood pressure conditions known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and POTS 

This has seen her go from training most days of the week to just 10 minutes of training per day, which has been a huge change for the fitness buff.

Back in April she wrote on Instagram: ‘For some time now I’ve been battling a little with my health. A lot actually.’ 

Tiffiny admitted she’s struggled to accept her condition, and has ‘felt like she’s hit rock bottom at times’.  

Tough times: The trainer revealed earlier this year she had been admitted to hospital 'multiple times' as she battled the debilitating illness

Tough times: The trainer revealed earlier this year she had been admitted to hospital ‘multiple times’ as she battled the debilitating illness

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