Pregnant Tiffiny Hall cries at strangers rude comments about her weight

Celebrity trainer Tiffiny Hall recalled how she recently burst into tears after a number of strangers made harsh comments about her weight.

The fitness queen, 37, spoke about the incident on Hughesy, Ed & Erin’s 2Day FM breakfast show on Wednesday with her husband radio host Ed Kavalee.

Tiffiny, who is due to give birth in seven weeks, said two men recently told her she looked ‘big’ as the couple walked down the street.

Inappropriate: Ed Kavalee's pregnant wife (right) Tiffiny Hall (left) recalls how she was recently left in tears after a number of strangers made rude comments about her weight.

Inappropriate: Ed Kavalee’s pregnant wife (right) Tiffiny Hall (left) recalls how she was recently left in tears after a number of strangers made rude comments about her weight.

He later said another man had told him he ‘must have been expecting a girl because she stole your look’ while the couple were having dinner at a cafe.

“People just think that when you’re pregnant they can tell you whatever they want,” she says. ‘It hurts my feelings and becomes too much.

‘Everyone was like, ‘Oh my God, you’re going to explode for sure, you’re so big, you’re so big, you have to have three in there.’

Hurt: 'People just think that when you're pregnant they can tell you whatever they want,' she says.

Hurt: ‘People just think that when you’re pregnant they can tell you whatever they want,’ she says. “It hurts my feelings and becomes too much.” (Photo: Tiffiny in April)

Ed, 42, chimed in: “We had two guys in public saying – as I was standing there – to my wife, ‘You’re big. You’re big.”

‘A man in a cafe said to my wife, ‘You must have a girl because she stole your look. My wife, she has three daughters and all she has is a little basketball. But you are so big.’

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Tiffiny said she was taken aback by the stranger’s words, and scolded her husband for not saying anything in response.

‘Ed didn’t do the Will Smith thing at all!’ he said about the cafe incident.

‘You didn’t do anything, Ed! I was dying, I actually cried after that. I got in the car and I was crying.’

Comments: 'Everyone is like, "Oh my God, you're bound to explode, you're so big, you're so big, you gotta have three in there,"' she says.  (Photo earlier this year)

Comments: ‘Everyone was like, ‘Oh my God, you’re bound to explode, you’re big, you’re so big, you have to have three in there,” he said. (Photo earlier this year)

Tiffiny revealed in December that she and Ed, whom she married in 2014, were expecting their second child.

‘Dreams come true. Baby Kavalee is coming in 2022,” she wrote on Instagram.

The Biggest Loser Star and her comedian husband already have a son, Arnold, four years old.

Tiffiny has been open about her health issues, including two genetic blood pressure conditions known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and POTS.

The coach revealed last year he had been hospitalized ‘several times’ as he battled a debilitating illness.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) is a disease characterized by extreme fatigue, sleep disturbances and, in some cases, pain.

Family: TV host and radio star husband already has a son, Arnold, four years old

Family: TV host and radio star husband already has a son, Arnold, four years old

POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) is a disease that affects blood flow to the upper body, with symptoms including lightheadedness, fainting, and a fast heart rate.

This has seen him go from strenuous workouts most days of the week to just 10 minutes of exercise per day, which is a huge change for fitness enthusiasts.

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He wrote on Instagram last April: ‘For some time now I have been struggling a bit with my health. A lot actually.’

In the same post, Tiffiny admits she has struggled to come to terms with her condition and feels like she’s ‘made it down to rock bottom’.

Hard times: Coach reveals last year he has been hospitalized 'many times' as he battles debilitating health condition

Hard times: Coach reveals last year he has been hospitalized ‘many times’ as he battles debilitating health condition

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