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Is Justine Schofield Pregnant? Australian Author And Her Partner Brent Is Expecting Baby, Due Date Exposed

Masterchef star Justine Schofield persistently appears with her growing baby bump as she and her boyfriend is expecting their first child soon.

Everyone is naturally interested in celebrity pregnancy news because they want to see how the belly appears, how they dress, how glowing their faces are, and how they handle the hard pregnant period. In this article, we will let you know about chef star Justine Schofield’s pregnancy update and due date.

Justine Schofield’s Baby Bump Going Heavily: When Is The Due Date?

After revealing the pregnancy of Justin Schofield with her star boyfriend Brent Staker seven weeks ago on her Instagram, Justin’s baby bump is now can be expected to push the baby soon.

The bump appears to be heavier than what can be seen in her Instagram photos. In the image, Justine is seen posing in pink floral tops as she tenderly cradles her bump.

Although the exact date of her delivery is yet unknown, it appears that she is about 35 weeks along in the pregnancy. According to our presumptions, she might be giving birth to the child after around four weeks.

We also wish for her to give birth safely and normally because the couple appears so eager to meet their new baby.

Justin Schofield and her boyfriend Brent are expecting a child

As everybody is quite aware of the couple’s pregnancy, the father of the child Brent seems so excited to welcome his baby soon.

Brent Allen Staker, 38, is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for the West Coast Eagles and Brisbane Lions in the Australian Football League.

Strake grew up in Broken Hill in the remote country New South Wales where he went to Burke Ward Public School.

Talking about his career, Brent made his A Grade debut in 2000 at the age of 16 for West Broken Hill, playing in their losing grand final side that year.

He was signed by the NSW/ACT Rams (U18s) and made his debut in 2003. Moreover, he was nominated for an AFL Rising Star award in round seven of 2004 after scoring three goals against Melbourne.

He announced his retirement from the AFL in August 2015, with effect from the conclusion of the previous season. He suffered a hamstring injury during the warm-up for what would have been his last game, forcing him to quit after it had already begun.

Source: Wikipedia

Justine Schofield Is Back To Dating After Two Terrible Breakups

Before finding love again with Brent Staker, Australian chef Justine Schofield suffered through two devastating breakups.

Although Justine revealed her two break-ups but the celebrity chef didn’t spill the beans on the identity of her ex-boyfriends, it was apparent that one of them was Matt Doran.

No sooner did the two first meet at a Channel 10 function in 2014  than they started dating while they pacified each other for 2 years through a long-distance relationship too.

Unfortunately, in June 2017, the couple called it to quit as Schofield unfollowed the former Seven News presenter Doran on all her social media platforms.

According to hollywoodmask.com, Doran has also moved on and is engaged to the executive producer of Weekend Today, Kendall Bora.