48 min

Edwina Bartholomew: “I just don’t give a s*** about mother’s guilt‪”‬ Something To Talk About

    • Society & Culture

She gets up at 3 a.m. for work, is raising two children under age five and is building a side hustle as a property developer and renovator. 

So it is little wonder that Sunrise news presenter Edwina Bartholomew can’t be bothered by those who question her life choices - whether that’s arriving at the studio in dirty clothes or living in separate houses from her husband during the work week. 

In a chat that is both frank and funny, Edwina gets real about her unapologetic approach to both motherhood and marriage. She also opens up about the friendships she has forged with women working at rival TV networks, and explains why - having turned 40 in the last year - she is putting a new priority on her health. 

Edwina Bartholomew is an ambassador for the 2024 Witchery White Shirt Campaign. To support the cause, buy a White Shirt from Witchery between now and World Ovarian Cancer Day on 8 May online via witchery.com.au 

Find more from Stellar via Instagram @stellarmag or pick up a copy inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), Sunday Herald Sun (VIC), The Sunday Mail (QLD) and Sunday Mail (SA)
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

She gets up at 3 a.m. for work, is raising two children under age five and is building a side hustle as a property developer and renovator. 

So it is little wonder that Sunrise news presenter Edwina Bartholomew can’t be bothered by those who question her life choices - whether that’s arriving at the studio in dirty clothes or living in separate houses from her husband during the work week. 

In a chat that is both frank and funny, Edwina gets real about her unapologetic approach to both motherhood and marriage. She also opens up about the friendships she has forged with women working at rival TV networks, and explains why - having turned 40 in the last year - she is putting a new priority on her health. 

Edwina Bartholomew is an ambassador for the 2024 Witchery White Shirt Campaign. To support the cause, buy a White Shirt from Witchery between now and World Ovarian Cancer Day on 8 May online via witchery.com.au 

Find more from Stellar via Instagram @stellarmag or pick up a copy inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), Sunday Herald Sun (VIC), The Sunday Mail (QLD) and Sunday Mail (SA)
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

48 min

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