She's due to welcome her third child with husband Grant Denyer at the start of next year.
And now, Chezzi Denyer has shared the very first bump shot from her third pregnancy.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday, the Mummy Time TV host shared a new family portrait with Grant and their two daughters, Sailor, eight and Scout, four as she paid tribute to her husband in honour of Father's Day.
But it was the soon to-be mother-of-three's beautiful baby bump which stole the show!
In the snap, the 41-year-old cuts a stylish figure in a striped top by Ripe Maternity, which she teamed with a denim jacket.
In a sweet touch, proud big sisters Sailor and Scout lovingly cradle their unborn sibling.
"Happy Father's Day to the main man in our lives @grantdenyer who makes everyday feel special! ❤️," Chezzi captioned the sweet post.
Delighted fans were quick to flood the post with well wishes.
"Bump! 😊 Love how Sailor & Scout's hands are making a little heart shape on your belly," one user wrote.
"Beautiful photos you lovelies 🌟you are in my thoughts ❤️ Chezzi you look amazing 🌸," another commented.
Since announcing her third pregnancy in August, Chezzi has spoken candidly about her battle with Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which is also known as extreme morning sickness.
Hyperemesis Gravidarum is a pregnancy complication that can cause severe nausea, vomiting, weight-loss and possible dehydration.
"I've had it each pregnancy. With the girls I got bad about 8 weeks... but this time much earlier. Can't keep food or water down. Profusely vomiting. Severe nausea. Feeling faint and dizzy. Waking through the night to throw up," Chezzi admitted in a candid Instagram post, alongside a selfie showing her hooked up to a drip, clad in a mask.
The producer went on to explain her illness has been so bad, she's been in bed for over two months.
"I've been literally bed ridden for over 8 weeks now suffering from HG... with my respite being thrice weekly trips to my local hospital for fluids and anti-vomit medications," she said.
"I cannot give enough praise to my local ambulatory care team of nurses and doctors, who have helped get me this far. They've become my friends these past few months. They make me smile and laugh when I feel so terrible, and I adore them!"