Former AFLW Star Moana Hope Shows Off Wife Isabella Carlstrom's Baby Bump

Written by Staff Writers
Category: Agenda Published: Friday, 17 July 2020 11:40

Moana Hope and her wife Isabella Sofia Carlstrom announced they were going to be mums back in May, after undergoing IVF.

Moana has taken to Instagram stories to proudly show off Isabella's baby bump.

The couple got married last year, before Moana was featured as a contestant on 'Survivor'.

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Image - @moanahope on Instagram

On the day of the 2019 Draft of the AFLW, she announced that she had made the decision to leave and focus on plans to have a baby with Isabella.

Isabella posted on Instagram recently as well, to update her followers on the pregnancy.

 
 
 
 
 
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21 weeks today (although I took these last week). In the light of everything that is happening I really struggled today. The first lock down was a breeze for me as I was feeling so unwell I didn’t want to leave the house. Now that I’m feeling like myself again, I’ve really enjoyed being out and celebrating my pregnancy with my people and my community. It was something I always looked forward to. The love, support and kindness from even strangers have been so endearing and heart warming. As much as I’m going to miss that I am forever grateful for the life inside of me. This baby knows exactly when I need cheering up and makes me always look on the bright side. What a ride we have been through already but with my wife and my baby by my side I know we can get through anything. I felt like sharing today because I was hoping to share a little bit of the joy this pregnancy has given me with others. So here it is, my baby bump is well on the way and bubs are I are sending out all the love and happiness we can to everyone during this crazy time. Stay safe everyone ❤️

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"In the light of everything that is happening I really struggled today. The first lock down was a breeze for me as I was feeling so unwell I didn’t want to leave the house. Now that I’m feeling like myself again, I’ve really enjoyed being out and celebrating my pregnancy with my people and my community," Isabella says.

"It was something I always looked forward to. The love, support and kindness from even strangers have been so endearing and heart warming."

Moana and Isabella are expecting in November.

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