Bachelor: Aussie mum, who loves football and the Broncos, is pregnant

Aussie mother of two is expecting her first baby after spending eight months pregnant with her first child, the ABC has revealed.

Alicia Dickson, 32, was due to give birth on October 20.

The mother of four from Wodonga, Queensland, was a key member of the Brisbane Broncos football team in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

The Broncos played a major role in winning the 2003 NRL premiership, which was also the team’s last AFL match in 2003.

The women’s rugby league team is also based in Brisbane.

Ms Dickson said the birth was “a huge relief” and the family was grateful for the support.

“I’m not the biggest fan of football and it is one of those things that I love so much, but I’ve been able to get a job, have a family and it’s been amazing,” Ms Denton said.

They have a lot of people who are really excited about it.””

The Broncos and rugby league are two of the best places to be.

They have a lot of people who are really excited about it.”

It’s great to have our baby and I’m so grateful that everyone is taking the time to see that.

“Ms Dison is currently studying for a masters degree in sports management.

Her partner, Jamie Pritchard, is an aspiring sports manager, and he is expecting his second child.

Mr Pritchett is an avid rugby league player and Ms Dicks sister, who is also a Broncos player.

The couple also have three children, aged from eight months to five years. “

He’s a great guy, a great player and a great person, so we just love having him and we’re all very excited,” Ms Pregett said.

The couple also have three children, aged from eight months to five years.

The birth will be “hugely exciting” for Ms Dontons extended family, and her children are looking forward to the milestone.

“It’s going to be a massive day, it’s going as fast as it can, and hopefully the next two years will be even better,” Ms Tontill said.

Ms Tountill said the couple were happy with the decision to have their first child after eight months of labour.

“There are a lot more things that can go on and I just think it’s amazing how well the baby is doing,” she said.