Exclusive: Sam Wood opens up about Snezana’s difficult pregnancy
Plus the question we all want to know: Were they pregnant at the wedding?
Just months after they tied the knot in a magical Byron Bay wedding, The Bachelor’s Sam Wood and his wife Snezana Markoski, have announced they’re expecting their second child.
Now, the soon-to-be second-time dad sits down and talks to WHO about every tiny detail.
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How long had you and Snez been planning baby No. 2?
We wanted to get married and have kids, and two weeks after our wedding Snez said she had cravings for pickles and was feeling sick and we thought maybe she was pregnant … but we were like, no it couldn’t happen that quick!
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How did Snez break the news to you?
She walked into the room with a pregnancy test and started laughing at me, and I just knew!
Was she pregnant at the wedding or was it a honeymoon baby?
Snez fell pregnant just a couple of weeks after the wedding. She’s now 16 weeks so maybe it was a honeymoon baby!
For the full interview including how they told Eve and Willow, make sure you grab the brand new issue of WHO magazine out now.
Faye JamesFaye James is a regular contributor at New Idea, WHO and Practical Parenting and works across health, beauty, celebrity and royal content. She has over 20 years of experience spanning across the UK, Middle East and Australia.