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My Kitchen Rules couple’s unborn baby is doing well

My Kitchen Rules winners Dan and Steph Mulheron
My Kitchen Rules winners Dan and Steph Mulheron Channel 7

FIFTEEN weeks after doctors told them to prepare for the worst, Hervey Bay's My Kitchen Rules winners Dan and Steph Mulheron say their yet-to-be-born baby is doing perfectly.

The scare came when Steph was six weeks pregnant, when she went to visit the doctor for their first check-up since finding out she was pregnant.

"The doctors did a scan and said the baby's heartbeat was very, very weak," Dan said .

"The baby's heartbeat measured only 60 beats per minute and they told us there was a 90% chance that we could lose the baby.

"We were so excited and after subsequent check-ups, we were told the baby's health is perfect and there's nothing for us to worry about."

Steph, who is now 21 weeks through her pregnancy, is doing well.
 

Topics:  dan and steph, editors picks, hervey bay, mkr, my kitchen rules




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