Taking to Instagram, the fiery brunette posted a photo showing her growing baby bump with the caption: "Even if it's just you and me. We'll create our own happiness. #mylittleprince #myoneandonly."
She confirmed the news shortly after, telling her followers: "You would think people would be happy to hear about my break-up. Are you all not happy? Was this not what you all rooted and prayed for? Or maybe your prayers of me having a miscarriage is what ur hoping for next?
"We live in a sad, bad world where [we] wish and pray for misery on others to feel better about ourselves.
"I hope this shows a reflection of the weak, sad individual you are. I may not have a partner but my son is all I need."
From the moment Cyrell and Eden confirmed they were an item, thanks to Jessika Power, news of their relationship was overshadowed by claims they were faking it for fame. The former MAFS star— who also served as Cyrell's enemy on the controversial dating experiment— told New Idea Eden had asked her to date him for publicity, however, after she denied the offer, he pursued Cyrell instead.
“He told me how much money and publicity we could get pretending we were together but I wasn’t interested because I was trying to make it work with Dan,” she revealed.“It must’ve hurt his ego when I shut him down because as soon as I said no he leaked text messages between us – and the real Eden came out.
"One minute he’s bagging Cyrell out to everyone and then a week later he’s in love with her? I’ve also been told by their closest friends that it’s all rubbish and they’re just staying together to save face because they will look stupid if they break up now.”
As a result of her unexpected comments, when the couple announced in August they were expecting their first child together, many believed it was just another ploy to grab headlines. After sharing photos from her exclusive pregnancy shoot with New Idea, one nasty Instagram user said their "fake child" will be born to "two desperate people who can't stay in the spotlight expect when making fools of themselves."
Not one to hold back when it comes to making her point, the fiery MAFS contestant hit back: "I'd donate to u getting some common sense but clearly no money could buy that."
Another sassy Instagrammer also took a swipe, telling Cyrell— who endured an ill-fated on-screen marriage to Nic Jovanovic— that "it's time to grow up now. You're the one captioning the best news of your life as an article headline."
After the comment racked up 123 likes, she responded to the user— whose bio says she's "raising 2 babies"—writing: "I hope when u had ur two babies then no one called ur relationship a publicity stunt n told u to grow up like u weren't worthy to be a mother. Being a mother of two I would've expected better. Guess A LOT of people need growing up," she wrote, adding a kiss face emoji.