Married at First Sight

Former Married At First Sight bride Cyrell Paule and Love Island's Eden Dally have welcomed a baby boy

''He's so cute, I'm already obsessed with him,'' Cyrell has said.

Reality TV couple Cyrell Paule and Eden Dally have welcomed a healthy baby boy.
The former Married At First Sight Australia bride and Love Island runner-up have shared first pictures of their son with New Idea magazine.
They revealed that their son had come two weeks earlier than expected, with Cyrell's water breaking as she and Eden sat down for a takeaway dinner on a Saturday night.
"I probably took every drug you could take during labour," Cyrelle told the publication.
"I ended up getting cut as well, and because I genuinely couldn't push anymore, he also had to get suctioned out."

Cyrell, 27, gave birth in hospital after an induction and a four-hour labour. Eden, also 27, was there at her bedside.
"He's so cute, I'm already obsessed with him," Cyrell told New Idea. "He doesn't cry loudly, he's a quiet boy. He didn't get a loud mouth like his mum!"
Their son's name is yet to be revealed, however Cyrell has previously said she and Eden wanted a unique name for their child and in January they took to social media to ask for ideas on baby names.
"This is our face when we can't agree on a baby name," Cyrell captioned the image of the pair, above, on Instagram. "Help us find a baby name... I want a unique name, Eden wants a fighters name... all in all we'd be happy as long as it's not a pets name."
His birth has come just two months after the couple got back together.
They split in October 2019, with Cyrell posting an image of herself on social media cradling her bare pregnant belly along with the caption, "Even if it's just you and me. We'll create our own happiness. #mylittleprince #myoneandonly"

Only earlier that month the couple had presented as a united front, speaking out about the relentless online bullying they had received since appearing on reality TV shows.
They said the bullying had only got worse since Cyrell became pregnant, with online trolls accusing them of faking the pregnancy to enhance their profiles.
"It's really hurtful and people don't realise how much words get to you. Eden ended up having to take my phone and I've never had that in my life where as a grown woman I've had my phone taken away from me just because of that much trolling," Cyrell revealed.
Eden added: "If someone's saying things like 'I hope you have a miscarriage,' and wishing death on an unborn baby, I just can't believe what the world's come to."
The couple also pulled together when Cyrell was subjected to a racist attack at a cafe in June.
The couple started dating in March 2019 and announced they were expecting in August.
While their pregnancy wasn't planned the couple said at the time that it had come as a happy surprise.