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Home and Away's Ada Nicodemou shares a pregnancy throwback to the 2012 TV WEEK Logies

Ada is reminiscing just three days out from the 2022 Logies.

By Erin Christie
Darling of Australian TV and Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou has posted a beautiful Logies throwback from 2012, when she walked the red carpet while pregnant with her son, Johnas.
"Here's a throwback to the Logies when I was pregnant with my little man," she captioned the pic.
In the photo, Ada cradled her growing baby bump, and wore a stunning deep blue dress that flowed over it.
Ada Nicodemou at the 2012 TV WEEK Logie Awards. (Image: Getty)
Fans in the comments were quick to comment on how beautiful Ada looked.
"You look lovely!" one wrote, "Very beautiful Ada," added another.
"What a beautiful glow from your energetic bundle of joy," shared a third.
Ada gave birth to Johnas 12 years after her stint on Home and Away began.
She split from Johnas's father, Chrys Xipolitas, in 2015, and has been dating businessman Adam Rigby since 2016.
Ada gave birth to her son Johnas 12 years after her stint on Home and Away began. (Image: Instagram)
Together with Johnas and Adam, the trio make for an adorable blended family.
"Adam and Johnas adore each other; he's a such a great stepdad and has really stepped up," Ada told TV WEEK of their relationship.
"For a man to come into my world and love a child as if he were his own – and love me like I've never been loved before – is incredibly special," she added.
Ada posted the throwback likely in preparation for her attendance at the 2022 TV WEEK Logie Awards, which will be held this Sunday, June 19.
She's now been playing the character of Leah Patterson for 22 years and is nominated this year for the Most Popular Actress award.
Across her Home and Away tenure, Ada has been nominated for both Most Popular Personality on Australian Television and Most Popular Actress a number of times but is yet to take the award home.
Despite her time in the role, Ada has revealed that she might not stay on Home and Away forever, as the option to explore other career paths unfolds for her.
"I still don't know whether I want to act. I always go, 'I'm acting at the moment'," she told the No Filter podcast in 2021.
"I don't know whether it's something I'll continue to do."
This article was originally published on our sister site New Idea.

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