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Radio Silent Lottie Ryan returns to RTÉ 2fm for first time since giving birth to son

The presenter welcomed her first child with her husband Fabio Aprile back in June seven weeks before her due date.

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Lottie Ryan (Picture: Mark Condren)

Lottie Ryan (Picture: Mark Condren)

Lottie Ryan (Picture: Mark Condren)

Lottie Ryan has returned to work just five months after giving birth to her son Wolf.

The RTÉ 2fm presenter welcomed her first child with her husband Fabio Aprile back in June seven weeks before her due date.

She announced her pregnancy back in February and was not due to give birth until August.

Now, the 36-year-old has decided to jump back into working and joined Jennifer Zamparelli on the airwaves this morning.

“I’m back. I am a giver of life,” the new mum announced.

“I didn’t sleep last night. It’s such a strange, strange feeling because I’m so excited to be back, and I’m so nervous for Wolf starting crèche.”

Speaking about Wolf’s arrival over the summer, she said: “I actually went into labour after I’d only been in the office, two or three weeks after Covid.

“So, I feel like I haven’t been around adults and people for two years at this stage. So, it’s hugely exciting, but it’s also a little bit nerve-racking coming back.”

Doting over her little bundle of joy, Lottie gushed: ““He’s an amazing baby. I’m obsessed with him.

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Lottie Ryan with her son Wolf
Photo Lottie Ryan/Instagram

Lottie Ryan with her son Wolf Photo Lottie Ryan/Instagram

Lottie Ryan with her son Wolf Photo Lottie Ryan/Instagram

“He’s just… my God, no matter how much people tell you about it, until it happens to you, it’s very hard to explain the love.”

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Back in August, Lottie told fans that she and Fabio were “absolutely loving” parenthood during an Instagram Q&A.

“We are absolutely loving it!” the RTÉ star shared.

“We’re on cloud nine and feeling very blessed. In a way it’s hard to imagine we lived so long without him! it’s like he’s always been here.”

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