Tina Daheley has been pressured to deny she is pregnant after fans speculated on her look following a latest episode of BBC Breakfast – 18 months after giving start.
The presenter, 41, took to Instagram on Friday to focus on the ordeal saying her ‘body didn’t snap again instantly’ as she defiantly acknowledged: ‘The answer is no I am not expecting a second child!’
Tina welcomed a child girl together with her fiancé Kane William-Smith last April and returned to work earlier this year.
Having her say: Tina Daheley has been pressured to deny she is pregnant after fans speculated on her look following a latest episode of BBC Breakfast
Sharing a glamorous image in a black costume, Tina wrote: ‘When presenting BBC Breakfast just a few months in the past I used to be alerted (as happens within the on-line world) to the fact that folks had been speculating about whether or not or not I used to be pregnant again.
‘The answer is no I am not expecting a second child! But I am someone who had a baby, and whose body did not ‘snap back’ instantly. In fact it may by no means ‘snap back’ and be the same because it was before childbirth however that’s additionally regular!!!’
Tina continued: ‘I would like to have the body I had before and have recently restarted my relationship with fitness so we’ll see the way it goes – but when that is the cost for having somewhat piece of my coronary heart toddling around the world daily, I’d do it a thousand instances over.
Candid: The presenter, 41, took to Instagram on Friday to focus on the ordeal saying her ‘body didn’t snap again instantly’ as she defiantly acknowledged: ‘The answer is no I am not expecting a second child!’
‘And even though I work in an industry where it may count against me.’
Sharing a snap of herself trying unbelievable within the black costume, Tina explained she ‘loved’ the snap ‘apart from my body’, explaining that her ‘instinct was to crop it’.
Tina proudly declared: ‘But I changed my mind so here it is. This is ALL OF ME, post C-section, 18 months on. (See you @bbcbreakfast sofa from 6 tomorrow).’
Her fans rapidly rushed to assist her, with one penning: ‘My goodness what an incredible & beautiful body!! Love this picture and your words so much!’
Mother: Tina welcomed a child girl together with her fiancé Kane William-Smith last April and returned to work earlier this year
Someone else agreed: ‘Your body is a machine and the greatest one you’ll ever personal, love your gratitude.’
‘You were beautiful before you were beautiful when you were pregnant and you’re stunning now!’ a 3rd fan echoed.
A fourth said: ‘Incredibly smart talented funny stunning woman all the rest is noise nonsense and yet it’s so exhausting. More power to you goddess.’
Tina welcomed a child girl together with her fiancé Kane last April.
‘Head over heels in love’: The BBC News presenter shared a candy snap of her new child daughter’s ft as she shared the pleased news with followers last April
The BBC News presenter introduced the news by posting a candy snap of her new child daughter’s ft to Instagram.
Sharing the pleased replace together with her followers, Tina penned: ‘Head over heels in love with our beautiful baby girl.’
Tina’s lovable picture confirmed her new child’s toes poking out as she cradled the tot whereas sporting a gentle flannel dressing robe.
The new mum was quickly flooded with well-wishes and congratulations from her buddies, with Susanna Reid writing: ‘Oh wonderful news.’
Inseparable: Tina confirmed her engagement to Kane in January 2018 by sharing a photograph of her sparking ring (pictured)
While Clara Amfo added: ‘Yaaaaay! Congrats!!’ and Ore Oduba penned: ‘Awwww there she is congratulations you guys.’
Pregnant Alex Jones additionally commented, writing: ‘Delicious!! Congratulations.’
Sara Cox wrote: ‘Ahhhhh yeyyyyyyyyy sending all the love to you 3’ whereas Davina McCall shared her nicely needs as she wrote: ‘Oh Tina so happy for you.’
The child’s arrival additionally got here simply weeks after Tina revealed that she and Kane had moved dwelling and began a ‘delayed refurb project’.
Here she is: Tina has turn out to be an everyday fixture on the BBC breakfast couch alongside the likes of Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty, Louise Minchin and Jon Kay (pictured)
Sharing a bump snap to Instagram on April 6, Tina explained: ‘All settled into our non permanent new child retreat in month 9 of being pregnant!
‘Can’t fairly consider we’ve began a delayed refurb challenge and moved dwelling simply days before our baby is born, however thanks to the superb assist of friends and family (and an especially lux roof over our heads) we’ve by some means managed it.’
Tina introduced she was anticipating her first youngster again in December 2020 when she shared a photograph of her child bump and revealed she was over 5 months pregnant.
Captioning the post, she wrote: ‘Some exciting news to share! Beyond thrilled to be welcoming a new addition to our family in Spring 2021. Thank you @bbcradio2 family for all your lovely messages this morning.’
While the presenter sometimes retains her private life away from social media, her fiancé Kane often options in sporadic posts – together with Tina confirming the couple’s engagement through Instagram in January 2018.
Tina confirmed her engagement to long-term associate Kane in January 2018, sharing a photograph of her glowing ring on Instagram
She wrote alongside the picture: ‘07.01.18 Making plans for the rest of our lives.’
After studying the news on the Radio 1 breakfast present for a number of years, Tina lined occasions such because the pre-election debate and fronted her first Panorama programme – concerning the Manchester bombing.
Happy news: Tina confirmed she was anticipating her first youngster with fiancé Kane in December 2020
She has since turn out to be an everyday fixture on the BBC Breakfast couch alongside the likes of Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty, Louise Minchin and Jon Kay.
Speaking in 2018, the presenter told Harper’s Bazaar she ‘worked ridiculously hard’ to get the place she is after her parents told her she’d have to attempt even tougher than her white contemporaries.
‘I was doing the news on BBC Three, finishing at midnight and then coming in to do breakfast, which comes back to what my parents said about having to work two or three times as hard,’ she explained.
Tina is the daughter of first-generation immigrant parents of Indian heritage, who themselves grew up in Nairobi and Tanzania.
She added that gender and sophistication additionally play an element within the lack of variety within the media, saying: ‘There’s no point having – I’m saying it as I’m saying to my friends – a great deal of brown privileged folks in prominent roles.
‘That isn’t actually representative. The additional up I get in my profession I realise there aren’t many individuals like me. I’m from a really working class background.’
Strong: Speaking in 2018, the presenter told Harper’s Bazaar she ‘worked ridiculously hard’ to get the place she is after her parents told her she’d have to attempt even tougher than her white contemporaries (pictured with Jon Kay on BBC Breakfast)