Renae Ayris and husband Andrew Papadopoulos confirm they’re having a Christmas baby


‘It’ll be the best present ever’: Pregnant Renae Ayris and husband Andrew Papadopoulos confirm they’re having a Christmas baby after their long battle with infertility

Australian model Renae Ayris and her personal trainer husband Andrew Papadopoulos announced their pregnancy last month.

And now, the Perth-based pair have opened up about their happy news and their long battle with unexplained infertility.

The couple told Who magazine they’ll be welcoming their first child at Christmas.

‘It’ll be the best present ever’: Pregnant Renae Ayris and husband Andrew Papadopoulos told Who magazine they’re having a Christmas baby after their long battle with infertility

Renae, 30, revealed their tiny tot, whose gender they won’t find out until birth, is due on December 23.

‘A Christmas baby – it will be the best present ever, I’m sure,’ she said. 

She also spoke candidly about their battle with unexplained infertility, saying they tried for over a year to get pregnant. 

Struggles: She also spoke candidly about their battle with unexplained infertility, saying they tried for over a year to get pregnant

Struggles: She also spoke candidly about their battle with unexplained infertility, saying they tried for over a year to get pregnant

Unexplained infertility is when a couple have been trying to fall pregnant for around a year and haven’t been able to do so, despite typical infertility issues being tested for and ruled out.

‘It’s actually is a good outcome, as much as it is frustrating, it’s one of the best outcomes you can have,’ Renae explained. 

But Renae said the whole process was ‘physically and emotionally draining’.

Andrew, 31, said he found it hard to watch his wife go through the heartbreaking process. 

‘It was just like having a dark cloud over her head the whole time, which was really upsetting to see – when you’re someone who wants to see them at their best and happy.’ 

'There was a dark cloud over her head': Andrew, 31, said he found it hard to watch his wife go through the heartbreaking process

‘There was a dark cloud over her head’: Andrew, 31, said he found it hard to watch his wife go through the heartbreaking process

The pair eventually pregnant on their second round of IUI – or artificial insemination, which is considered less invasive than IVF. 

Renae said her pregnancy ‘doesn’t feel like it’s reality yet,’ but they can’t wait to welcome their tiny tot. 

The pair announced their pregnancy last month, sharing the news on Instagram and sharing a picture of their ultrasound. 

‘This wasn’t a walk in the park for us, although I know it can be a lot tougher for others,’ Renae said in her post. 

She added: ‘I still can’t believe I’m pregnant – something that felt so out of reach for so long.’

The pair tied the knot in November 2019 in a gorgeous ceremony in the NSW Hunter Valley. 

The pair were first linked in January 2016. 

Happy news: The pair announced their pregnancy last month, sharing the news on Instagram

Happy news: The pair announced their pregnancy last month, sharing the news on Instagram

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