& # 39; Baby Daw coming soon & # 39 ;: AFL star Majak Daw shares candid moment with pregnant girlfriend Emily McKay – six months after he nearly died in a bridge dive
- Majak Daw and Emily McKay have announced that she was pregnant in April 2019
- On December 17, 2018, he dived 25 meters from a bridge in Docklands, Victoria
- He is said to have fought with his partner and had previously used medication
North Melbourne AFL star Majak Daw shared a candid moment with his pregnant girlfriend six months after his dramatic bridge dive in which he sustained serious injuries.
Daw, 28, shared a beach photo of him and Emily McKay glowing in her black bikini that perfectly shaped her budding baby bump.
The couple announced in April that they were expecting a child together this year.
& # 39; Baby Daw is coming & # 39 ;, he subtitled the photo of him proudly rocking his partner's stomach.
North Melbourne AFL star Majak Daw shared a candid moment of his pregnant girlfriend seven months after his dramatic bridge dive
The couple announced that they were expecting a child together in April 2019
WHO IS MAJAK DAW?
Majak Daw fled with his family from Sudan and arrived in Australia in 2003.
In 2010, he became the first Sudanese AFL player when he was ninth overall drafted by North Melbourne.
He made little impression early in his career and was brought to the reserve several times
Daw was accused of rape in 2014 for an alleged incident in 2007, but acquitted during the court case in December 2015.
In the 2018 season, he was moved to the defense and established himself as a major player, who made many points of interception.
He is active in the Sudanese community of Melbourne and is an AFL ambassador.
Mrs. McKay also spread the heart-warming news through her own Instagram account as the couple holidays in Byron Bay.
& # 39; Pretty happy with our lil friend who is coming. Baby Daw because of this year, & she placed.
The pregnancy announcement came just six months after the Sudanese player had landed 25 meters from the Bolte Bridge in Docklands, Victoria.
He suffered serious injuries to the hip and pelvis as a result of the fall of the bridge.
The pregnancy announcement came just six months after the Sudanese-born player dived 25 meters from the Bolte bridge in Docklands, Victoria
He suffered serious hip and pelvic injuries as a result of the bridge fall (stock image of the bridge)
He allegedly fought with his partner and prescribed medication before he drove to the Bolte Bridge, left his car on the center lane and crashed under the Yarra River.
He is said to have also used Stilnox sleep medication.
Daw returned to training in April and ran the training course with teammates, family and friends who encouraged him at Arden Street Oval.
& # 39; It's my first running session. I'm pretty excited, I'm not going to lie, & Daw said to the club website at the time.
& # 39; I've been waiting so long for this. I couldn't sleep here last night. & # 39;
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He allegedly fought with his partner and prescribed medication before he drove to the Bolte Bridge, left his car on the intermediate lane and crashed under the Yarra River
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