Erin Molan and her police officer fiancé Sean Ogilvy welcomed their first child Eliza in June last year.
And the 35-year-old has revealed that motherhood is ‘bloody hard’ and she was not warned about the ‘shock’ of it all.
‘It is really bloody hard!’ Erin Molan (pictured with her daughter Eliza, one) revealed on Monday that motherhood is a ‘tough gig’ and a ‘shock to the system’ and she’s hired a nanny to help
Erin added that she has hired a nanny, and said that if more women were ‘open’ about the struggle motherhood can be, it wouldn’t be such a ‘shock to the system’.
‘I just think you are allowed to be really grateful and you are allowed to acknowledge that you are so blessed but you are also allowed to find it tough because it is a really tough gig,’ she told the paper.
Last year, the Channel Nine star returned to work on The NRL Footy Show just six weeks after giving birth.
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph , the Channel Nine television presenter revealed: ‘It is the most amazing thing in the entire world times a billion but it is also really bloody hard, that is just the reality of it’
Honest: Erin added that she has hired a nanny, and said that if more women were ‘open’ about the struggle motherhood can be, it wouldn’t be such a ‘shock to the system’
Recently, Erin also opened up about how her body has ‘changed’ after giving birth.
Taking to Instagram, she shared a stunning photograph of herself while addressing her body insecurities in a lengthy caption.
‘I’m a new mum, my body has changed, I’m 35 and have never been particularly comfortable in my own skin,’ she wrote.
Love: Erin shares her daughter with police officer fiancé Sean Ogilvy (pictured with Eliza)
Erin explained that she is trying to be more body positive so she can be a good role model for her daughter.
‘I’m trying to get better so my daughter can learn by example,’ she added.
Erin, who shares her daughter with fiancé Sean, initially met her husband-to-be at the Coogee Bay Hotel in 2016.
The pair became engaged the following year, announcing the happy news in April 2017.
Wow! Last year, the Channel Nine star returned to work on The NRL Footy Show just six weeks after giving birth