Personal trainer Tiffiny Hall announces the pregnancy of her second child calling it a ‘dream come true’

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Following her ongoing battle with chronic fatigue, celebrity trainer Tiffiny Hall has finally shared some good personal news.

The fitness star is expecting her second child with her husband Ed Kavalee in 2022.

Tiffiny took to Instagram to share the exciting news with her 220k Instagram followers, posting a photo cradling her growing baby bump.

‘A dream come true. Baby Kavalee coming in 2022’ Credit: Instagram / tiffhall_xo

It didn’t take long for her famous friends to reach out, congratulating her on “the best news”.

“This! Is! Wonderful!! I hope you’re feeling well, Tiff… You know where to find a croissant if not,” Zoe Foster Blake wrote.

This news comes after Tiffiny opened up about her “very personal” long-time health battle in April over Instagram.


‘Feels. I was a little flatter this past week than usual, especially after my apparel shoot, but nothing cat naps and comedian husbands can’t help me get through.’

‘Feels. I was a little flatter this past week than usual, especially after my apparel shoot, but nothing cat naps and comedian husbands can’t help me get through.’
Credit: Instagram / tiffhall_xo

“For some time now I’ve been battling a little with my health. A lot actually. After a gazillion tests to figure out what could be wrong, I’ve recently been diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and POTS,” the celebrity trainer announced.

“This has been hard to accept and honestly, has felt like rock bottom at times. While I’m staying positive, recovery is tough and will mean taking a break for a little while to get well again.

“This is one of the hardest decisions, but I have to practise what I teach,” Tiffiny said.

Tiffiny already has a child with husband Ed, Arnold, aged four.
Tiffiny already has a child with husband Ed, Arnold, aged four. Credit: Instagram / tiffhall_xo

“It’s been my life’s mission to empower women, so I hope that by sharing this I can inspire others facing any kind of struggle, big or small, to stay strong and count their rainbows, not their thunderstorms,” the mum said.

Tiffiny provided an update in July, being refreshingly transparent on how she’s managing the illness.

“I’m giving my body exactly what it needs (rest, rest, rest), but also trying my best not to dwell on these episodes when they’re not around,” she shared.

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