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Francesca Cumani, 38, reveals she is expecting her first child with Max Johnson

Glamorous racing commentator Francesca Cumani, 38, announces she is expecting her first child with businessman and triathlete Max Johnson


Francesca Cumani has announced she is expecting to welcome her first child with boyfriend Max Johnson.

The glamorous racing commentator confirmed the exciting news on Sunday, and revealed she’s expecting to give birth in June next year.

‘We’re thrilled,’ Francesca, 38, told The Mail.

Exciting! Glamorous racing commentator Francesca Cumani, 38, revealed she is expecting her first child with businessman and triathlete Max Johnson

The couple haven’t revealed whether they are expecting a baby boy or girl. 

Meanwhile, Francesca was previously married to Australian international polo player Rob Archibald and they share five-year-old son Harry.

The British-born TV personality’s relationship with boyfriend Max was made public back in September. 

New addition: The racing commentator confirmed the exciting news on Sunday, and revealed she's expecting to give birth in June next year

New addition: The racing commentator confirmed the exciting news on Sunday, and revealed she’s expecting to give birth in June next year

Francesca works for both Channel 10 Sport Australia and also ITV in the UK.

She used to commentate for Channel Seven.

Francesca is the daughter of Italian thoroughbred horse trainer and breeder Luca Cumani.

In the know: Francesca works for both Channel 10 Sport Australia and also for ITV in the UK. She used to commentate for Channel Seven. Francesca is the daughter of Italian thoroughbred horse trainer and breeder Luca Cumani

In the know: Francesca works for both Channel 10 Sport Australia and also for ITV in the UK. She used to commentate for Channel Seven. Francesca is the daughter of Italian thoroughbred horse trainer and breeder Luca Cumani

She didn’t attend the Melbourne Cup in Australia this year, which is held at Flemington Racecourse, but commented on the event from London.

‘Right, next year I’m definitely going to be at ”The Cup” alongside the wonderful Channel 10 team at Flemington but this year I had to settle for beaming in from London,’ she captioned a picture of herself in a TV studio. 

Last year Francesca was forced to cancel her Melbourne Cup commitments amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pandemic: Last year Francesca was forced to cancel her Melbourne Cup commitments amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Pandemic: Last year Francesca was forced to cancel her Melbourne Cup commitments amid the COVID-19 pandemic

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