Monday 26 September 2016

Blooming lovely: RTE star Evanne Ni Chuilinn shows off stylish baby bump

Published 10/04/2015 | 08:16

Evanne Ni Chuilinn was blooming as she is pictured with with Amelia Berry (age 3) announcing details of GroMir, a new nationwide campaign to get the country growing which has launched in 65 REI garden centres across Ireland
Evanne Ni Chuilinn was blooming as she is pictured with with Amelia Berry (age 3) announcing details of GroMir, a new nationwide campaign to get the country growing which has launched in 65 REI garden centres across Ireland
Evanne Ni Chuilinn was blooming as she is pictured with with Amelia Berry (age 3) announcing details of GroMir, a new nationwide campaign to get the country growing which has launched in 65 REI garden centres across Ireland
Evanne Ni Chuilinn was blooming as she is pictured with Sein Roche (age 4) announcing details of GroMir, a new nationwide campaign to get the country growing which has launched in 65 REI garden centres across Ireland

Pregnancy certainly suits RTE presenter Evanne Ni Chuilinn.

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The sports news reporter revealed earlier this year she is expecting her second child and isn't letting her bump getting in the way of her work.

The 33-year-old, who has a son Seimi (three) with husband John Fitzpatrick, was glowing during a photocall yesterday for GroMir, a nationwide campaign encouraging gardening.

Evanne is due to give birth to her second child this summer.

Evanne Ni Chuilinn was blooming as she is pictured with with Amelia Berry (age 3) announcing details of GroMir, a new nationwide campaign to get the country growing which has launched in 65 REI garden centres across Ireland
Evanne Ni Chuilinn was blooming as she is pictured with with Amelia Berry (age 3) announcing details of GroMir, a new nationwide campaign to get the country growing which has launched in 65 REI garden centres across Ireland

The Montrose broadcaster is candid off screen, having previously spoken about being adopted, her brother's suicide and her postnatal depression battle following the birth of her first son.

"I was just crying, sobbing at the drop of a hat. If someone had said to me that I would be crying the week after I brought my new bundle of joy home, I wouldn't have believed them," she said of her experience with depression.

"It wasn't until after that I realised lots of women go through this. It's all normal."

Evanne Ni Chuilinn was blooming as she is pictured with Sein Roche (age 4) announcing details of GroMir, a new nationwide campaign to get the country growing which has launched in 65 REI garden centres across Ireland
Evanne Ni Chuilinn was blooming as she is pictured with Sein Roche (age 4) announcing details of GroMir, a new nationwide campaign to get the country growing which has launched in 65 REI garden centres across Ireland

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