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Karl Stefanovic’s pregnant woman, Jasmine, is ‘really concerned that he will bring COVID-19 to their home’

Karl Stefanovic’s pregnant wife Jasmine is ‘really concerned’ that he will bring COVID-19 to their home while continuing to host the Today show from Nine’s Willoughby studios

Presenter Karl Stefanovic and Jasmine Yarbrough are confronted today with the grim reality of welcoming a child into the world during a coronavirus lock.

And on Thursday, Karl revealed that his pregnant wife was concerned that he was being exposed to COVID-19 at Channel Nine’s Willoughby studios.

“She’s really worried I’m taking it home [from work]so I take as many precautions as possible, “he said The Kyle and Jackie O Show.

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“I’ll take as many precautions as possible”: Karl Stefanovic (left) reveals that pregnant woman Jasmine is “really concerned that he will bring COVID-19 to their home” while continuing to host the Today show from the Sydney studio. Shown with Today co-host Allison Langdon

While Jasmine appears to be lying low in their Sydney home on the government’s socially aloof advice, Karl continues to report from Nine’s Sydney studios for the Today show.

“She’s more concerned than anyone because she’s pregnant,” said Karl, adding, “I have to be very careful there. It is a real concern for everyone. ‘

On a lighter note, Karl also joked about running out of toilet paper and the ‘hard stuff’ because he refused to ‘panic’ a few weeks ago.

“Jasmine is cravings, she’s not far from childbirth, so there is so much food at home. It is unbelievable. I can’t eat it, “he quipped.

Jasmine had previously told The Daily Telegraph in February that she craved ‘all kinds of ice cream’ during her pregnancy.

“I have to be very careful there”: While Jasmine seems to be lying low in their Sydney home during the government’s socially distant advice, Karl has regularly left their homes to work and to the supermarkets

Coming soon! Karl and Jasmine will welcome their first child in May, possibly during an Australian coronavirus closure

Coming soon! Karl and Jasmine will welcome their first child in May, possibly during an Australian coronavirus closure

Coming soon! Karl and Jasmine will welcome their first child in May, possibly during an Australian coronavirus closure

Photos taken of Jasmine in a swimsuit in Byron Bay on December 14 confirmed speculation that the couple were expecting their first child together.

Karl later announced the news via Instagram by writing, “After much speculation … the rumors are true.”

Jasmine previously admitted that she and husband Karl have already discussed baby names for their unborn child – said to be a girl.

Happily ever after: In December, Karl and Jasmine celebrated their one-year anniversary after tying the knot in 2018 at the five-star One & Only Palmilla resort in Mexico

Happily ever after: In December, Karl and Jasmine celebrated their one-year anniversary after tying the knot in 2018 at the five-star One & Only Palmilla resort in Mexico

Happily ever after: In December, Karl and Jasmine celebrated their one-year anniversary after tying the knot in 2018 at the five-star One & Only Palmilla resort in Mexico

Exes: Karl and Jasmine started dating in late 2016, just months after being separated from his first wife, Cassandra Thorburn, after 21 years of marriage. Shown in 2011

Exes: Karl and Jasmine started dating in late 2016, just months after being separated from his first wife, Cassandra Thorburn, after 21 years of marriage. Shown in 2011

Exes: Karl and Jasmine started dating in late 2016, just months after being separated from his first wife, Cassandra Thorburn, after 21 years of marriage. Shown in 2011

Karl and Jasmine started dating in late 2016, just months after he was separated from ex-wife Cassandra Thorburn after 21 years of marriage.

The former couple have three children: Jackson, 20, River, 12, and Ava, 14.

In December, Karl and Jasmine celebrated their one-year anniversary after they tied the knot at the five-star One & Only Palmilla resort in Mexico in 2018.

Pandemic: As of late Thursday morning, there are 2,675 confirmed coronavirus cases in Australia, including 11 deaths

Pandemic: As of late Thursday morning, there are 2,675 confirmed coronavirus cases in Australia, including 11 deaths

Pandemic: As of late Thursday morning, there are 2,675 confirmed coronavirus cases in Australia, including 11 deaths

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