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Sylvia’s baby plans: ‘We’d love a house full of kids’

Sylvia Jeffreys at the 2017 Youngcare Long Lunch in Sydney.
Sylvia Jeffreys at the 2017 Youngcare Long Lunch in Sydney.

THEY got married in a spectacular ceremony in April, and Sylvia Jeffreys can't wait to start a family with Peter Stefanovic.

"We'd love a house full of kids," the 31-year-old told The Australian Women's Weekly.

The star newsreader on Nine's Today show features on the cover of the magazine's Christmas issue. Wearing a stunning red satin dress, Jeffreys is photographed looking over her shoulder and beaming at the camera.

Jeffreys on the cover of the Christmas edition of The Australian Women’s Weekly.
Jeffreys on the cover of the Christmas edition of The Australian Women’s Weekly.

Jeffreys and Stefanovic married in a star-studded wedding in New South Wales' Kangaroo Valley earlier this year. The special day was covered intensely by the Today show - and gave viewers a detailed look at how to recreate the luxe look - even down to Jeffreys' Rebecca Vallance custom-designed dress.

Just days after the wedding, pregnancy rumours began to swirl around the popular blonde personality.

"Someone tweeted me this morning and asked me if I'm hiding a baby (bump) because I was wearing a peplum jacket, here we go, it begins!' she told The Daily Telegraph just days after the wedding.

While there's no sign of a baby bump just yet, the couple purchased a $2.7 million home in Sydney's affluent Double Bay last year. The pad boasts four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a courtyard - plenty of room to start a family.

 

Peter Stefanovic and Sylvia Jeffreys dance during their intimate wedding.
Peter Stefanovic and Sylvia Jeffreys dance during their intimate wedding.

Topics:  celebrity channel 9 peter stefanovic today show


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