Well, that was unexpected. Reality TV couple Cyrell Paule and Eden Dally have announced they're expecting their first baby together.
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The couple revealed the news to New Idea, confirming they are 12 weeks along.
"I'll be honest, it was not planned," Cyrell told the publication.
"I was freaked out thinking about Eden's reaction. Then my friend settled me down and I thought, 'What did I want?'
"We went to the shops and I bought three pregnancy tests. I screamed and cried! Then I went and bought a fourth one.
"It sunk in eventually. I’ve got nothing against it, but for me, I don’t have the strength to have an abortion. So I knew, then, I’m having a baby!”
In true Love Island fashion, Eden found out the news via a text.
“I was on my phone and I got this text," Eden said.
"She said, ‘Eden, I’m pregnant’, and I’m like, ‘What?’ I didn’t know what to feel. I was a bit in shock and took a while to process it.
“Then we spoke and I said, ‘Whatever you want to do, I’ll support you and be there for the child.’ It wasn’t expected. But it’s happening, I’m excited and I can’t wait to have this little baby.”
If you watched MAFS AU, you might be wondering what her overprotective brother Ivan thought of the news.
“My brother Ivan was shocked. But out of all my boyfriends, weirdly enough, he really likes Eden! They get along. So, they just ended up shaking hands.
"When I did tell Ivan, he said: 'You’re a grown woman and Eden is a good guy.'"
Asked about how they expect to be as parents, Eden said, “I’ll probably be protective of a daughter, yes. I think Cyrell will be a very strong mother, always there for her child.
"I'll be a great dad, I can’t wait. I want a healthy baby, but I do want to be the first one to have a boy in the family! I do have a gut feeling it’ll be a boy."
Meanwhile, Cyrell acknowledged some people might wonder about the couple's motivation for having a baby together.
"I wouldn’t be surprised if my child is going to get called a publicity stunt," she said.
"That’s sad, because the baby has nothing to do with it. It gets exhausting trying to defend it."