Former Neighbours and Home and Away stars welcome child together

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Photo credit: Dia Dipasupil - Getty Images
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Former Home and Away star Bob Morley and ex-Neighbours actress Eliza Taylor have welcomed their own little bundle of joy.

The two Aussie soap stars announced the birth of the newest addition to their family on Sunday (March 20) through Instagram.

Taylor posted an adorable photo of the baby's foot, giving a glimpse of the newborn to her 3.2 million followers.

She wrote: "Though sleep is well and truly a thing of the past, we could not be happier."

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The pregnancy however had been a well-kept secret for most of the nine months.

The couple had only announced they had been expecting in February 2022, choosing to maintain their privacy as they prepared for their child's arrival.

Once again, they had taken to their respective Instagram accounts to announce the news.

Both had shared a picture of a complete set of matching slippers, one for the dad, one for the mum, and one little set for their upcoming baby, with the titles "Papa Bear", "Mama Bear", and "Baby Bear" stitched on each one.

On his post, Morley wrote: "Gearing up for the greatest roles ever. Big shoes to fill and we cannot wait!"

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"Our journey to pregnancy was not always smooth sailing," wrote Taylor. "but we are elated to announce our little bundle is officially on the way."

The actress had previously revealed that she had suffered a miscarriage during a Unity Days press conference.

As well as their respective Aussie soaps, the pair are known for the US TV show that brought them together.

In 2014, they had co-starred in sci-fi thriller series The 100, as two of the main characters and co-leaders, Clarke Griffin and Bellamy Blake.

The series, which was based on the books of the same name by Kass Morgan, ended in 2020 after seven seasons at The CW network.

Sands supports anyone affected by the death of a baby. You can contact the Sands National Helpline on 0808 164 3332, or email helpline@sands.org.uk.

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