Nick Cummins shares pregnancy announcement with girlfriend Alexandra George

The controversial former Bachelor has made the big announcement and confirmed he is expecting a “little badger” with his girlfriend, Alexandra George.

Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins has shared that he is expecting his first child with his girlfriend, Alexandra George.

The former rugby player made an intimate Instagram post in which he announced that he and Ms George were expecting a “little badger boy”.

“My darlings and I are looking forward to the arrival of our little ferret,” she wrote in the caption.

The couple went public with their relationship in March 2021, having been dating in secret since at least June 2020 after they were rumored to be spending time together on the north central coast of NSW. It is believed the couple met during a trip to the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Miss George – a Sydney socialite – also shared the same photo of the couple kissing, along with the caption: “We decided to make a little hybrid!! Can’t wait to share this next chapter with the love of my life. Welcoming our little badger cub into this world soon. ”

The couple has not disclosed the gender or expected date of birth of their first child.

The Honey Badger maybe Bachelor The most controversial alumnus, after he failed to pick a contestant in 2018. During the season finale, Cummins sent Brittany Hockley and Sophie Tieman home with an Australian Bachelor’s degree first.

After the show, Cummins also appeared in the main season of SAS Australia in 2020. He was also romantically linked with chicken heir Lucy Steggles after meeting him while hiking the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea.

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Since sharing the good news, Cummins and Ms George have received many congratulations from their famous fans and friends.

“Congratulations!!! So happy for you both,” wrote Australian swimmer and former SAS contestant Shayna Jack.

“Congratulations Brothers! So happy to both of you and your family,” wrote Collongwood player and AFLW star Sabrina Frederick.

Former rugby union star and future Senator David Pocock also commented with applause and a heart emoji.

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