Look out, Kochie! Sunrise presenter Edwina Bartholomew takes her 10-month-old daughter Molly to work and she appears to be a natural in front of the camera
It’s almost been a year since Sunrise star Edwina Bartholomew welcomed her first child, daughter Molly, into the world with partner Neil Varcoe.
And it’s clear the 10-month-old tot is already eager for a career in the media.
On Thursday, Edwina posted an adorable picture of the spritely little one at her Channel Seven workplace.
Journalist in the making! On Thursday, Edwina Bartholomew took her 10-month-old daughter Molly to work, posting a picture to Instagram
In the image, the budding journalist in the making is seen sitting on the floor, playing with what appears to be her mother’s Sunrise security pass.
Molly looked camera-ready in a pair of floral pants and navy blue top.
Edwina captioned the post, ‘Work, work, work.’
Since her arrival in December 2019, Molly has regularly appeared on Edwina’s social media – always smiling and thoroughly enjoying her first year of life.
Happy bub! Since her arrival in December 2019, Molly (right) has regularly appeared on Edwina’s (left) social media – always smiling and thoroughly enjoying her first year of life
The first-time mum even captured her daughter’s first country-side getaway with her and her husband, Neil Varcoe, in September.
She shared a series of pictures showing the trio enjoying a mini-break, which indicated they were staying at Nguurruu Farm, two hours and 45 minutes south-west of Sydney.
She captioned the sunny photograph: ‘Our first family holiday @nguurruu_farm…It’s magic here ☀️’
‘It’s magic here!’ Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew enjoyed her first family farm getaway with husband Neil Varcoe and daughter Molly in September
Father-daughter moment! A second photo uploaded to Edwina’s Instagram showed little Molly sitting on her father’s shoulders while they looked into the distance
A second photo shows little Molly sitting on her father’s shoulders while they look away into the distance.
Edwina returned to her role as a presenter with the Channel Seven morning show Sunrise at the start of June – which is notorious for its gruelling early morning starts.
‘Going back to work has been a challenge. I have loved having something “other” in the day but miss our mornings,’ she admitted in an Instagram post.
Back to work: Edwina returned to her role as a presenter with Channel Seven morning show Sunrise at the start of June – which is notorious for its gruelling early morning starts