"A part of me will never recover": the ABC anchor breaks her silence about how the "waves of abuse" after a blunder in the air led to a heartbreaking personal tragedy
- ABC anchor broke her silence about her failed IVF attempts at a conference
- Television host Virginia Trioli revealed her tragedy after a gaffe in the air with Barnaby Joyce
- Trioli was secretly pregnant and full of joy that triggered the unfortunate act
- The presenter said that he submitted to what felt like his 100th IVF procedure
Paula Ahillon for Daily Mail Australia
A television presenter broke her silence about the personal tragedy that followed a gaffe in the air.
Virginia Trioli was co-host of Breakfast ABC News and interviewed former Deputy Mayor Barnaby Joyce when she was caught, pulling one face and twirling her finger in the air, implying she was insane.
Ms. Trioli opened for the first time about her several unsuccessful attempts to conceive a child in 2009 at a press conference for women at Bond University in Queensland.
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Virginia Trioli was caught pulling a face and twirling her finger in the air after interviewing Barnaby Joyce on the air in 2009.
Ms. Trioli (pictured) opened for the first time about her several unsuccessful attempts to conceive a child in 2009 at a press conference for women at Bond University in Queensland
The ABC presenter revealed that she was secretly pregnant the morning she interviewed Joyce in the air and her joy was what led her to be caught at an unfortunate time.
Trioli said she was "jubilant" and as "high as a kite" when she showed up to work that morning at 4 a.m. M.
The presenter reported that he underwent what felt like his 100th IVF procedure and 85th embryo transfer.
"We finally had an embryo that looked like it had a chance, it was transferred and I went back to work, technically pregnant and on the moon," he said.
Virginia Trioli (pictured to the right) was secretly pregnant the morning she arrived at work when the interview was conducted.
The camera had reduced Trioli sooner than she had expected, where they caught her on the spot.
Ms. Trioli was struck by "the waves of abuse" and told her husband that she was afraid that her journalistic career would end.
"I cried and two days later I bled … a part of me will never recover," he said.
Ms. Trioli called Mr. Joyce to apologize immediately after the air fault.
The incident between Trioli and Joyce caused waves of outrage on social networks, forcing the host to turn off all their social networks.
Mrs. Trioli called Mr. Joyce after the unfortunate act that caught the camera to apologize for his insulting act in the air (in the photo are Ms. Trioli and Mr. Joyce in the questions and answers)