Erin Molan has a baby on the way. Picture: Rohan Kelly.
Erin Molan has a baby on the way. Picture: Rohan Kelly.

Footy Show host Erin Molan reveals baby bump

CHANNEL Nine star Erin Molan now has proof as to why she had to postpone her wedding - a baby bump.

The Footy Show presenter has revealed her growing bump in a photo posted on Instagram with her niece and nephew.

"Growing up so quickly", Molan captioned the photo for her 157,000 followers.

Molan revealed to the Wentworth Courier last month the fact that she was expecting her first child with fiance Sean Ogilvy meant their wedding, originally due to be held in December, had to be postponed.

"There were no plans [for the pregnancy], we were just kind of whenever it happens it happens," Molan told the publication.

Erin Molan with partner Sean Ogilvy . Picture: Jeremy Piper
Erin Molan with partner Sean Ogilvy . Picture: Jeremy Piper

"We were meant to get married this week and we were planning to go ahead with that - but when we got the news about bubba we thought this was obviously the priority, so our plans have changed.

"We'd love to have him or her with us at the wedding - my big sister got married and her daughter Sophie was a baby and she was part of that wedding. It was just so special for her to look back at and know she was there."

Molan is into the fourth month of her pregnancy.

The Channel Nine Footy Show crew: Beau Ryan, Erin Molan, Paul Vautin and Daryl Brohman. Picture: Gregg Porteous
The Channel Nine Footy Show crew: Beau Ryan, Erin Molan, Paul Vautin and Daryl Brohman. Picture: Gregg Porteous

She announced her baby news live on Channel Nine on December 1.

"Sean and I are very blessed and very excited to announce that we're having a child," Molan told newsreader - and new Today co-host - Georgie Gardner.

A glowing Molan laughed as she described the news as "slightly terrifying but wonderful".

Molan, 35, and Ogilvy, 42, met last year in a Coogee pub and announced their engagement in September.



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