Married At First Sight star Michael Brunelli reveals his fiancée Martha Kalifatidis’ due date


Married At First Sight star Michael Brunelli reveals his fiancée Martha Kalifatidis’ due date as they prepare to welcome their first child together

Michael Brunelli and his fiancée Martha Kalifatidis announced they were expecting their first child together in September.

And on Sunday, Michael shared intimate details about the pregnancy as he revealed Martha’s due date.

During an Instagram Q&A session, the 31-year-old revealed he and Martha are set to welcome their newborn in February.

Married At First Sight star Michael Brunelli revealed his fiancée Martha Kalifatidis’ due date as they prepare to welcome their first child together

‘When is the baby due?,’ one fan asked to which Michael responded: ‘End of Feb!’

He also revealed they know the baby’s gender but haven’t decided when they’ll be announcing it.

‘We haven’t decided when we’ll announced it tbh! Just trying to get organised for the arrival at the moment,’ Michael said.

During an Instagram Q&A session, the 31-year-old revealed he and Martha are set to welcome their newborn in February

During an Instagram Q&A session, the 31-year-old revealed he and Martha are set to welcome their newborn in February

It comes after Martha recently provided frank insight into how her battle with an acute form of morning sickness had impacted her pregnancy.

She told The Daily Telegraph in September that being diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum changed everything, and her symptoms had manifested in numerous painful ways.

‘It’s like you’ve got gastro, you’re hungover and you’re on a boat. This is anything but fun,’ she said.

It comes after Martha recently provided frank insight into how her battle with an acute form of morning sickness had impacted her pregnancy

It comes after Martha recently provided frank insight into how her battle with an acute form of morning sickness had impacted her pregnancy

She explained she was diagnosed just one month into her pregnancy, which forced her and Michael to cut short their European holiday.

‘I was stuck overseas, severely dehydrated and had to get fluids regularly,’ she said.

Michael echoed her sentiments, admitting ‘it was hard to watch her go from enjoying this amazing trip overseas to being bedridden 24 hours a day’.

She told The Daily Telegraph in September that being diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum changed everything, and her symptoms had manifested in numerous painful ways

She told The Daily Telegraph in September that being diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum changed everything, and her symptoms had manifested in numerous painful ways

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