RTE presenter Six One, Caitriona Perry, hints at pregnancy news after "eagle-eye" viewers have come in contact



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RTE Six One hostess, Caitriona Perry, has hinted she's expecting a baby.

The former Washington correspondent told how she expects "some" news "of her own this year.

    RTE News host Caitriona Perry has revealed that she is expecting a baby

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RTE News host Caitriona Perry has revealed that she is expecting a baby

The 38-year-old singer tweeted tonight: "To all viewers @rtenews #SixOne with quick eyes who have been in contact … you are correct! I expect some" news "from me this year."

Congratulations flooded the station.

Eileen Whelan, RTE News presenter, said: "Congratulations, absolutely happy for you and Ronan!"

Another Twitter user said, "Congratulations Caitriona, absolutely delighted by you. Full disclosure, seen before even the Young Scientists Exhibition."

Again said: "Ah ….. That's fantastic news Caitriona .. thrilled for both of you!"

Another tweeted: "I wish you well for your health and I discovered that too!"

Stephanie Wall added: "Huge congratulations to Caitriona, such wonderful news that you will make an amazing Mummy xx."

    Caitriona as RTE unveiled its new news studio this week

Donall Farmer to RTE

Caitriona as RTE unveiled its new news studio this week
    Caitriona hosts Six One News with Keelin Shanley

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Caitriona hosts Six One News with Keelin Shanley

Perry is in charge of RTE's Six One News, alongside Keelin Shanley since last January.

The two were announced as presenters in October 2017, before Bryan Dobson left for Morning Ireland on RTE Radio One.

Perry became viral around the world in 2017 after Donald Trump flirted with her in the White House.

She has been a broadcast news correspondent since 2000, while still in college at DCU.

She spent five months studying at Boston University, before graduating in DCU in 2002 with an undergraduate degree in Journalism.

Caitriona began her career at Newstalk before working as a court correspondent and then as vice president of news for Today FM.

In 2007, she moved to RTE, where she covered stories at home, in addition to Canada, Europe and Australia.

While in her role as Washington correspondent, she covered everything from the presidential campaign to the collapse of the Berkeley balcony to the Oscars.

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