Tristan MacManus’ pregnant wife Tahyna Tozzi looks radiant in chic black ensemble rocking her baby bump while in Sydney
She plans to welcome her third child with husband Tristan MacManus this month.
And Tahyna MacManus (née Tozzi) looked absolutely radiant when she stepped into Sydney Wednesday night to attend the launch of a new Magnum ice cream.
The 34-year-old filmmaker, who shares daughter Echo, four, and son Oison, two with her Studio 10 hostess, rocked her baby bump as she posed on the media wall.
She glows! Tristan MacManus’ pregnant wife Tahyna Tozzi, 34, looked radiant in a chic black ensemble as she rocked her baby bump while in Sydney on Wednesday (pictured)
Tahyna cut an incredibly chic figure in a black blouse and a tailored blazer, which she paired with black leggings and peep-toe heels.
Her shiny brunette locks were styled and straight, and her skin was radiant.
She wore minimal makeup, which allowed her natural beauty to shine through.
Stunning: The filmmaker donned a blouse, tailored blazer, leggings and peep-toe heels at the launch of a new Magnum ice cream
Beautiful: Tahyna sculpted her shiny brunette, lockout and straight, and her skin was radiant
Bling: Tahyna added a touch of bling to her chic outfit, including her dazzling wedding rings
Tristan, 38, appeared to have caught up with his wife after the event by sharing a photo on Instagram.
The Irishman and his wife have been through their bulk of emotional turmoil after experiencing three miscarriages in four years.
They discussed their devastating losses in Tahyna’s debut documentary MuM (Misunderstandings of Miscarriage), released last year, in an effort to help normalize miscarriage and unwrap the stigma.
Husband and wife: Tahyna is married to Studio 10 host Tristan MacManus (pictured), 38
Family: the couple share daughter Echo, four, and son Oison, two (both pictured)
Tahyna told Daily Mail Australia in October that on reflection, she wished she more “acknowledged” Tristan’s “grief”.
‘He was my rock and was incredibly supportive. Looking back, I wish I recognized his pain and sorrow more, ”she said.
‘Tristan also experienced a loss and that is one of the themes I wanted to show in MuM, that it can affect (miscarriage) partners and family members and that we need to recognize their process.’
Heartbreak: Irishman and Wife Have Been Through Their Most Emotional Turmoil After Having Three Miscarriages in Four Years
Using their platform: They discussed their devastating losses in Tahyna’s debut documentary MuM (Misunderstandings of Miscarriage), released last year, in an effort to help normalize miscarriage and unwrap the stigma.