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She's set to welcome her first child with husband Neil Varcoe in December this year. 

And Sunrise newsreader Edwina Bartholomew was simply glowing as she stepped out with her husband in Sydney on Monday.

The pregnant Channel Seven journalist, 35, concealed her ever-growing bump beneath a chic winter ensemble as she walked hand-in-hand with her partner through the Habour City.  

Baby, เดิมพันสล็อต it's cold outside! Pregnant Sunrise newsreader Edwina Bartholomew (left) concealed her blossoming bump in a chic winter ensemble as she stepped out with her husband Neil Varcoe (right) in Sydney on Monday 

She donned a striped button-up shirt layered underneath an oversized navy cape sweater, teamed with black jeans and a pair of pointed toe ballet flats. 

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Share The blonde media identity added a pop of colour to her muted attire with a mustard-hued leather satchel bag, which she slung across her shoulder.

Elsewhere, she was pictured wearing a pair of square-shaped designer sunglasses. 

Bumping along nicely: She donned a striped button-up shirt layered underneath an oversized navy cape sweater, teamed with black jeans and a pair of pointed toe ballet flats

Meanwhile her husband looked equally stylish during the outing, as he wore a plush navy padded vest over a blue button-up shirt and a pair of stovepipe jeans. 

The digital media executive added several à la mode highlights to his look, including a classic silver wristwatch and a pair of polished leather boots.  

Just last week, the Channel Seven star shared her pregnancy news live on Sunrise.

'We're having a baby, due in December,' she excitedly told her colleagues.

Mummy-on-the-go! Edwina (pictured) was seen strolling through Sydney on Monday 

'We're super stoked and our family is really excited. Mum has been bursting at the seams to tell everyone - so mum, you can tell everyone!' 

She explained that Sunrise co-host Samantha Armytage already knew about the pregnancy, and fellow reporter Natalie Barr had guessed it due to her odd cravings.

'Sam knew early on and Nat guessed because I kept eating a lot of dried toast at three in the morning!' she joked.

Exciting news: The Sunrise star, 35, is expecting her first child with husband Neil Varcoe. The couple are pictured at their wedding in Lithgow, New South Wales on April 21, 2018

'We're having a baby!' The Sunrise newsreader announced her pregnancy live on Sunrise last week. Pictured (left to right): Natalie Barr, Samantha Armytage, David Koch and Edwina

Supportive colleagues: David Koch was visibly delighted by Edwina's announcement, giving her a big hug and saying, 'How exciting! I love a baby!'

David Koch was visibly delighted by Edwina's announcement, giving her a big hug and saying: 'How exciting! I love a baby!'

The mother-to-be also shared a sonogram photo with Sunrise viewers, adding that she is yet to find out if she's having a boy or a girl. 

Edwina married Neil, a digital media executive, on April 21, 2018 at their restored farmhouse in Lithgow, New South Wales.

Coming soon! The mother-to-be also shared a sonogram photo with Sunrise viewers, adding that she is yet to find out if she's having a boy or a girl

She wore a vintage wedding dress that had been worn by three generations of her family, including her beloved grandmother in 1944.

The gown had been specially altered for her nuptials by Cappellazzo Couture.

The couple first met as colleagues at radio station 2GB, and had been together for six years when Neil proposed in April 2017.  

Touching tribute: On her wedding day last year, Edwina wore a vintage dress that had been worn by three generations of her family, including her grandmother in 1944