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Channel Seven presenter Kendall Gilding welcomes her second child after fertility troubles

Channel Seven presenter Kendall Gilding welcomes her second child after difficult fertility journey: ‘I am a seriously blessed woman’

Channel Seven news presenter Kendall Gilding has welcomed her second child, a baby boy named Moses Morgan, with her partner Tim.

The couple, who previously struggled with fertility issues, announced their exciting news on Saturday via Instagram, sharing a heart-melting photo with their bundle of joy.

‘We’ve been living deep in the baby bubble! Our boy Moses Timothy Morgan arrived on Wednesday! 3.2kg and 51cm long,’ Gilding captioned the post. 

Channel Seven news presenter Kendall Gilding has welcomed her second child, a baby boy named Moses Morgan, with her partner Tim (all pictured) 

‘I had a beautiful, redemptive birth experience thanks to my darling husband & the [midwifery] team! I am a seriously blessed woman! God is good!’ she added. 

Moses is Gilding and Morgan’s second child. The couple welcomed their daughter Olive, three, in 2019.

The couple announced the pregnancy news in March, sharing a photo holding a positive pregnancy test. 

'We've been living deep in the baby bubble! Our boy Moses Timothy Morgan arrived on Wednesday! 3.2kg and 51cm long,' Gilding captioned the post

‘We’ve been living deep in the baby bubble! Our boy Moses Timothy Morgan arrived on Wednesday! 3.2kg and 51cm long,’ Gilding captioned the post

‘It’s not a perfectly timed photoshoot, with hair, makeup, cute outfits & the warm glow of a sunset…’ she wrote at the time.

‘Just the raw emotion, elation & surprise of two parents who’ve experienced heartache, longing & disappointment!’

The Queensland-based newsreader wrote about how she knew the feeling of ‘desperately’ wanting a family, explaining she fell pregnant with Olive because of IVF treatments.

The couple announced the pregnancy news in March, sharing a photo holding a positive pregnancy test

The couple announced the pregnancy news in March, sharing a photo holding a positive pregnancy test

‘But the desire of my heart was still to fall pregnant naturally,’ she continued. ‘After trying & trying – we were headed down the same medical road.

‘Then at the 11th hour, just a few days before surgery – I took a test & for the first time in our lives we watched that little window turn positive!

‘Can’t wait for our tribe to grow! Bub # 2 due in September!’

The Queensland-based newsreader wrote about how she knew the feeling of 'desperately' wanting a family, explaining she fell pregnant with Olive because of IVF treatments

The Queensland-based newsreader wrote about how she knew the feeling of ‘desperately’ wanting a family, explaining she fell pregnant with Olive because of IVF treatments



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