Darren Jolly proudly shared a photo of his newborn daughter Olive after announcing her surprise arrival this week.
The former Australian Rules footballer (40) has released a sweet picture of a little newborn sleeping in her chamber, along with two love emoticons.
Olive, Darren’s first child with his girlfriend Lucy Porter, had an adorable yellow Bond coat in a picture of angels.
Kids’ joy! Australian footballer and reality star Darren Jolly, 40, proudly shared this photo of her newborn daughter Olive after announcing her surprising birth earlier this week.
The post came two days after Darren announced Olive’s birth on Instagram and uploaded a gallery of intimate photos of herself and Lucy cuddling with her knot of joy at the hospital.
‘Welcome to the world, beautiful Olive Rita Porter Jolly. You are such a special gift and we love you very much !! ❤️, ”he wrote about the post.
In the first picture, Darren looks every inch of a loving father as he holds his adorable bundle of joy.
Kids’ joy! The post came two days after Darren announced Olive’s birth on Instagram and uploaded a gallery of intimate photos of herself and Lucy cuddling with her knot of joy at the hospital.
In another picture, Lucy can see her holding her newborn just after giving birth.
In the third family portrait, Olive is seen resting on Lucy’s chest as she gently grips her father’s finger.
Darren’s post quickly flooded with greetings for the happy couple.
Famous: In the first picture, Darren looks every inch of a loving father as he breeds his adorable bundle of joy
Adorable: In another picture, Lucy can be seen holding her newborn just after giving birth
Darren separated from his ex-wife, Deanne, in September 2019, ending a 15-year marriage.
In November 2020, he went public with his girlfriend Lucy and shared a beloved selfie during their holiday, which coincided with the birthday of former AFL star.
A month earlier, Jolly had sent the AFL community a shock wave after a disturbing Instagram post, claiming that he could “no longer continue.”
New Romance: Darren went public with his girlfriend Lucy in November 2020, and during a holiday that coincided with the birthday of former AFL star, they shared a beloved selfie.
Jolly experienced a personal battle last month after being separated from his wife, Deanne, when his own mother praised Mrs. Porter for her “joint efforts” to help him.
While the footballers and Jolly’s family rushed to support him, among those who helped was Mrs. Porter – whom Jolly’s own mother praised for her “joint efforts” to help.
“First of all, we would like to thank Lucy for her joint efforts,” Jacinta Jolly wrote in an emotional post on Facebook.
“Like his parents, it was the scariest 24 hours we’ve ever had to endure.
Former Sydney Swans and Collingwood appeared in a good mood when he and Mrs. Porter spent their holidays in southwest Victoria, which coincided with the birthday of the former AFL star.
The former AFL star and Deanne broke up in September 2019, ending a 15-year marriage
“She’s safe and she’s getting the best care she needs right now.”
Jolly and his ex-wife Deanne were popular contestants in The Block, appearing twice in 2014 and 2015 and winning their second season.
Following their breakup, Jolly claimed on Instagram in October 2020 that he had not been in contact with his two daughters since breaking up with Deanne in September 2019.
In February 2020, he spoke openly at the Collingwood Annual General Meeting about his business problems and the break-up of his marriage.
Separated: Comes after Darren reveals that he did not spend time with his daughters during Melbourne’s coronavirus blocking or separation from their mother. Pictured: Darren and Deanne Jolly with their children on January 20, 2017 in Melbourne
Post: His health was worried on October 26, when a father of two children shared a disturbing tribute to his girls and admitted that he could not ‘continue’ for a long time.
“Spend three weeks in a psychiatric hospital to deal with depression. I left my 15-year-old marriage because I didn’t make love and I wanted a happier life, “he said.
He told his former teammates that his mental health had deteriorated so much at the time that he “almost did something stupid and ended up [his] life’.
“Everything was too much to handle and I lost control. I lost the desire to move on, I lost the meaning of life, I lost direction and I lost the way. I thought it was easier to just go, “he admitted.
In the depths of his struggle, Darren took to the hospital and described it as ‘the best thing.’ [he] could do ‘.
Footy star: During his AFL career, Jolly played for the Sydney Swans and Collingwood Magpies
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