Edwina Bartholomew reveals why she can’t wait to return to Sunrise after maternity leave

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‘It’s been a weird time’: Edwina Bartholomew reveals the REAL reason she’s excited to return to Sunrise six months after welcoming baby Molly

Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew will return to the Channel Seven breakfast show on Monday morning, just six months after welcoming daughter Molly. 

The 36-year-old has revealed she’s excited to be back on television screens so she can ‘contribute to telling breaking news stories’ to Australians every day. 

‘It’s been a weird time being an observer and sitting on the couch,’ the journalist and television presenter told News Corp Australia on Sunday. 

She’s back! Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew, 36, (pictured) will return to the Channel Seven breakfast show on Monday morning, just six months after welcoming daughter Molly

Edwina continued: ‘It was particularly hard during the bushfires, to think I couldn’t contribute to telling those stories.’

However, she said that she’s thankful to have been self-isolating at home with baby Molly on maternity leave throughout the coronavirus pandemic. 

‘The timing in that respect has been great,’ added Edwina.  

News just in! The presenter has revealed she's excited to be back on television screens so she can 'contribute to telling [breaking news] stories' to Australians

News just in! The presenter has revealed she’s excited to be back on television screens so she can ‘contribute to telling [breaking news] stories’ to Australians

'It's been a weird time being an observer and sitting on the couch':The mother-of-one said she's also excited to 'speak to other humans again' once she's back in Sunrise's Martin Place, Sydney studios from Monday morning

‘It’s been a weird time being an observer and sitting on the couch’:The mother-of-one said she’s also excited to ‘speak to other humans again’ once she’s back in Sunrise’s Martin Place, Sydney studios from Monday morning

The mother-of-one said she’s also excited to ‘speak to other humans again’ once she’s back in Sunrise’s Martin Place, Sydney studios from Monday morning. 

Last week, the Sunrise presenter shared a sweet Instagram post of daughter Molly befriending a picture of another baby on a packet of nappies.

Her baby gazed lovingly at the photo, clearly feeling she had made a new pal.

'Timing in that respect has been great': However, she said that she's thankful to have been self-isolating at home with baby Molly on maternity leave throughout the coronavirus pandemic

‘Timing in that respect has been great’: However, she said that she’s thankful to have been self-isolating at home with baby Molly on maternity leave throughout the coronavirus pandemic 

Edwina captioned the adorable photograph: ‘Makes friends easily’.   

Earlier this year, the journalist reflected on how motherhood had strengthened her marriage to husband Neil Varcoe.  

‘Neil has been so amazing,’ Edwina told The Herald Sun at the time. 

‘They say you fall in love with your husband again after you have a baby. And that was definitely the case for me,’ she cooed. 

'That was the case for me': Earlier this year, Edwina reflected on how motherhood has strengthened her marriage to Neil Varcoe (right) and made her 'fall in love with him again'

 ‘That was the case for me’: Earlier this year, Edwina reflected on how motherhood has strengthened her marriage to Neil Varcoe (right) and made her ‘fall in love with him again’ 

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