Pregnancy & Birth

Amidst MAFS' on-screen chaos, there's a glimmer of wholesomeness as former bride Tracey Jewel welcomes a new baby boy

Besotted at first sight.

By Jess Pullar
As Married at First Sight's 2021 season brings a plethora of chaos and drama to our screens, a bit of wholesome, refreshing news will never go amiss.
That's why we're positively overjoyed to learn that former MAFS star Tracey Jewel has welcomed her second child - a baby boy.
The Aussie reality star shared the exciting news on her Instagram page, announcing the safe arrival of her newborn with her partner Nathan Constable.

"Our Pisces baby has safely arrived! Our hearts are bursting with love. Photos and deets to come soon x," the caption read, alongside the sweet pic.
The new baby is Tracey and Nathan's first child together, the reality star also shares a nine-year-old daughter, Grace, with her ex-husband Jacob Anthonisz.
"I have always believed in second chances and my second baby I've been waiting so long for," Tracey previously said of her second pregnancy.
Tracey and her partner Nathan have welcomed a new baby. (Instagram)
The Married at First Sight alum rose to fame for her 2018 stint on the show, where she was coupled up with groom Dean Wells.
The pair seemed to be good together on paper, but ultimately, things just weren't right, and they split at the end of the season, with Tracey announcing she was actually dating fellow MAFS star Sean Thomsen.
The couple didn't last long - but in the years since, Tracey seems to have met her true match.
In fact, Nathan is Tracey's old high school sweetheart - cute!
The new parents were high school sweethearts. (Instagram)
And as for big sister Grace, Tracey reckon's she'll take up the important elder sibling role admirably.
"My daughter Grace is going to be an amazing big sister and I'm so so grateful to be experiencing pregnancy + motherhood again with my love Nate," She said.
Tracey shares nine-year-old daughter Grace with her ex-husband. (Instagram)
Tracey was candid throughout her second pregnancy, with the 38-year-old revealing how different things were this time around.
"Morning sickness has been all day sickness that kicked in from week six and into the second trimester (and still going!) and it's been a rollercoaster ride," she said.

In January, Tracey shared an update about a hurdle she'd encountered when she experienced minor bleeding, which resulted in a trip to the hospital.
"Received all the checks, saw our baby's heartbeat so relieved and pleased that our baby boy is fine, and bleeding has now stopped," she said.
The MAFS star added: "Was contemplating sharing this on social media but decided to as let's be real about pregnancy journeys and days - the good and bad!"

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