They have each other’s backs! Erin Molan and her mini-me daughter Eliza never miss an opportunity for a snuggle

''Always catch me stealing kisses from you.''

By Faye Couros
Erin Molan and her daughter Eliza have a close-knit mother and daughter relationship, and they are always sharing cuddles on Instagram.
The radio host fell pregnant with her only child eight months after she became engaged to her former fiancé Sean Ogilvy in 2017.
After two hospitalisations during her rough pregnancy, Erin safely gave birth to Eliza in June 2018.
A Nine spokesperson broke the news via a sweet statement that read, "Everyone at Nine is so happy for Erin and Sean and the safe arrival of beautiful Eliza.
"We wish them well for the start of the next exciting phase and look forward to meeting the new Blues supporter when she is ready. Congratulations from all."
Almost a year after giving birth Erin spoke to The Daily Telegraph about juggling motherhood and its challenges.
"It is the most amazing thing in the entire world times a billion, but it is also really bloody hard, that is just the reality of it," she told the publication.
"It is a constant juggle trying to get the balance right and failing a lot of the time. I just figure I love her more than life itself, and for the moment, that is enough."
The TV and radio personality also spoke candidly to Who Magazine in January 2021 about the relatable struggle all parents face when they can't protect their children once they go to preschool.
"Her welfare, her happiness, her health is the most important thing in the world to me. She's about to go up to the next group in preschool, and I'm terrified like, "What if someone's mean to her?" That terrifies me," Erin shared.
Unfortunately, a few months later, in September 2021, Erin announced she had split from her fiancé.
Even though it had been a tough time for the presenter, she and Sean have created a loving environment for Eliza despite no longer being together.
In an interview with 9 Honey she opened up about the unique difficulties of co-parenting and getting used to time away from her daughter when she is at her dad's house.
"I don't think I'll ever get used to not having her with me every night, but I also know she needs to see her dad, and it's hard for him as well," Erin said.
"I know a lot of parents would be able to relate to this, it is really hard.
"But I know wherever she is, with me or with Sean, she is so loved and adored, more than life itself, and that's all I care about."
See inside Erin and Eliza's loving life together as they take on parliament and nurture farm animals.