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MAFS single mum Ning Surasiang supports Cyrell Paule with sweet message following her break up with Eden Dally

Girl power!

By Alex Lilly
When parents-to-be Cyrell Paule and Eden Dally confirmed they had broken up, both were inundated with messages of support on their respective Instagram posts.
But it was the sweet message from Cyrell's Married At First Sight co-star Ning Surasiang and fellow single mum that warmed our hearts.
On Friday, Cyrell shared a selfie on Instagram showing off her beautiful baby bump but it was her caption that showed that things were well and truly over with her baby daddy, Eden.
"Even if it's just you and me. We'll create our own happiness. #mylittleprince #myoneandonly," she penned.
There were many replies and supportive comments but former MAFS bride Ning kindly wrote: "Own it Queen you got this @cyrelljimenezpaule."
Cyrell confirmed that she and Eden had broken up with this picture she posted to Instagram. (Image: Instagram @cyrelljimenezpaule)
Queensland hairdresser Ning herself is a single mum-of-three and gave birth to her eldest at the tender age of 16.
"I love being a mum, I love to make my kids happy, to feel that love from them that I get," she said on Married At First Sight earlier this year.
"As a single mum, it's quite hard and lonely."
Ning is a proud mum-of-three. (Image: Instagram @ning_sura85)
Dad-to-be Eden also commented on the break up via a post to his own Instagram account.
Alongside a car selfie, the former Love Island contestant penned: "Parents can be separated and still do a great job at co parenting. As long as you're a great role model for your son that's all that matters."
Cyrell and Eden first went public with their relationship in March and announced her pregnancy five months later with their baby boy due in February 2020.
"Parents can be separated and still do a great job at co parenting." (Image: Instagram @dallyeden)
Cyrell has since deleted all photos of Eden following news of the split with one insider telling The Daily Telegraph that "she's struggling but she has a lot of support around her."
In a previous chat with Now To Love Cyrell revealed that both she and Eden had experienced hurtful comments from online trolls adding that "people don't realise how much words get to you."
"Eden ended up having to take my phone and I've never had that in my life where as a grown woman I've had my phone taken away from me just because of that much trolling."
WATCH: Inside Cyrell Paule and Eden Dally's gender reveal party. Post continues after video...
Cyrell also revealed that their baby boy has a name for now and it was recommended to them via Instagram.
"I really want a unique name, like I don't want a Jack or a Jim or a Bob. People wrote in and we found one from Instagram that Eden and I both agreed on so hopefully that's the one that stays."

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