Mitch Tambo not sure if he can be in the delivery room when his wife gives birth

EXCLUSIVE: AGT star Mitch Tambo shares his heartache as he doesn’t know if he’ll be able to be in the delivery room to support his pregnant wife during her labor during lockdown


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Australian singer Mitch Tambo will soon welcome his first child with his pregnant wife Lele.

And this week, the 31-year-old told Daily Mail Australia about the impending birth, saying that while he is overjoyed, he is also understandably a little nervous that he might not be in the delivery room when it happens.

Mitch and his wife, and his three stepchildren, are based in Melbourne and he said he hopes the Covid-19 restrictions and lockdown can be lifted before the baby arrives in November.

EXCLUSIVE: AGT star Mitch Tambo shared his heartbreak this week as he doesn't know if he'll be able to be in the delivery room to support his pregnant wife during her labor during the lockdown

EXCLUSIVE: AGT star Mitch Tambo shared his heartbreak this week as he doesn’t know if he’ll be able to be in the delivery room to support his pregnant wife during her labor during the lockdown

“It’s very fast,” Mitch said.

Mitch said he has not been able to attend the ultrasounds lately due to the restrictions during the pandemic.

“It’s just about making sure my beautiful wife is healthy and well and that I can be in the delivery room,” he said.

Sad: Mitch said he couldn't attend the ultrasounds lately due to the restrictions during the pandemic

Sad: Mitch said he couldn't attend the ultrasounds lately due to the restrictions during the pandemic

Sad: Mitch said he couldn’t attend the ultrasounds lately due to the restrictions during the pandemic

“I can’t go to ultrasounds or anything right now. So we hope and believe that I can be there and support her.’

He added: “I would hate to see her go through that alone, it would be very cruel.”

Mitch and Lele were married in April in his hometown of Tamworth.

“I can't go to ultrasounds or anything right now.  So we hope and believe that I can be there and support her.'  He added: 'I would hate it if she had to go through that alone, that would be really cruel'

“I can't go to ultrasounds or anything right now.  So we hope and believe that I can be there and support her.'  He added: 'I would hate it if she had to go through that alone, that would be really cruel'

“I can’t go to ultrasounds or anything right now. So we hope and believe that I can be there and support her.’ He added: ‘I would hate it if she had to go through that alone, that would be really cruel’

He thought about the fact that at the time, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, they could have their marriage.

“The fact that we were able to act when we did and created an opportunity to get married is absolutely insane,” he said with a laugh.

“We just got home and then we were stuck again and now we have this beautiful new addition and we have three stepdaughters,” he said.

At the time of the wedding, he told Daily Mail Australia: ‘Lele and I are truly blessed.’

“Our hearts are filled with so much love that we were able to share this beautiful day with family and friends.”

The singer, who is from Tamworth but lives in Melbourne with his family, appeared on Australia’s Got Talent in 2019 and made it to the final.

Mitch, who is of Aboriginal descent, is known for his bilingual version of John Farnham’s You’re The Voice.

His new single Heal will be released on Friday.

Talented: The singer, who hails from Tamworth but lives in Melbourne with his family, appeared on Australia's Got Talent in 2019 and reached the final.  Mitch, who is of Aboriginal descent, is known for his bilingual version of John Farnham's You're The Voice

Talented: The singer, who hails from Tamworth but lives in Melbourne with his family, appeared on Australia's Got Talent in 2019 and reached the final.  Mitch, who is of Aboriginal descent, is known for his bilingual version of John Farnham's You're The Voice

Talented: The singer, who hails from Tamworth but lives in Melbourne with his family, appeared on Australia’s Got Talent in 2019 and reached the final. Mitch, who is of Aboriginal descent, is known for his bilingual version of John Farnham’s You’re The Voice

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