She’s set to welcome her first child with her news reporter husband Peter Stefanovic in a matter of weeks.
And on Saturday, Sylvia Jeffreys looked glowing as she showed off her growing baby bump in a beautiful beige dress while out and about.
Peter shared a sweet photo from the day’s events to Instagram. The parents-to-be looked overjoyed in the snap, with Peter lifting up a small child onto his shoulders, while Sylvia watched on.
Cradling her stomach, the Today Extra host looked incredible in the gorgeous summer dress. Meanwhile, Peter opted for a vibrant yellow floral shirt coordinated with a black hat.
Many social media users were quick to comment on Sylvia’s growing baby bump, with one writing, “Sylvia you look beautiful. Not long to go now.”
Another added, “Look at you @sylviajeffreys. Shouldn’t be too long now,” while a third wrote: “You look so nice @sylviajeffreys Love the dress.”
Sylvia, who announced her pregnancy in August, celebrated her baby shower last month. At the time, the mother-to-be shared a series of gorgeous photos from the event.
“Oh boy, our baby’s going to be in glorious company when he enters this world,” she captioned the post.
“A beautiful day celebrating and showering our little guy. Thanks to my gang for all the love and belly rubs and CAKE.”
Sylvia also posed for a picture with her sister-in-law Jasmine Yarbrough, who’s married to Peter’s brother Karl Stefanovic.
Sylvia and Peter first met at Channel 9 in 2013. After getting engaged in mid-2016, the couple official tied the knot in April 2017 in a lavish ceremony in Kangaroo Valley, south of Sydney.
Speaking about her relationship with Peter, Sylvia previously told The Sydney Morning Herald: “I think it was pretty obvious, certainly was to everyone around me – my mum and my sister, in particular, knew that there was something there.”
Peter was still living in London and working as a foreign correspondent at the time, but instead of putting things on hold, he decided to woo Sylvia by writing her letters.
“We started pen-palling. It was old school and traditional,” she said. “To sit down and hand write a letter and post it to you – it doesn’t matter what’s in that letter – but that is a gesture in itself.”