Socialite Brynne Edelsten reveals how baby daughter Starr completely changed her life: ‘I don’t know myself anymore, everything is about her’
Brynne Edelsten has endured some very public ups-and-downs over the past few years but she is firm her new-found motherhood has changed her life for the better.
The socialite, 39, told the Herald Sun on Saturday her four-month-old daughter Starr Amari is a ‘miracle’ and providing for her has given her a new perspective on life.
The SAS Australia contestant explained that she originally thought motherhood ‘was not on the cards’ for her and she feels so blessed to have a perfect daughter to care for.
Brynne Edelsten (pictured with daughter Starr) said on Saturday her four-month-old daughter Starr Amari is a ‘miracle’
‘I don’t know myself anymore, everything is about her. Ella she is the best thing that has ever happened to me, ‘she said.
She added although she had to make some necessary adjustments to provide for Starr it was well worth it.
‘Finding time to do anything by myself is almost unheard of, but she is everything to me,’ she explained.
Brynne said she feels blessed to have a perfect daughter to care for
American-born socialite Brynne welcomed her ‘miracle baby’ on April 21.
She recently told New Idea that she’d chosen to give her baby girl the surname Gordon – her maiden name – so she would ‘feel connected’ to her family in the US
The identity of Starr’s father has not been made public. However, Brynne confirmed to the publication the man had met his daughter twice.
American-born socialite Brynne welcomed her ‘miracle baby’ on April 21. Starr is pictured with Brynne’s mother Mariel Gordon
‘I haven’t had a good night’s sleep since Starr arrived,’ Brynne said of motherhood.
‘But I wouldn’t trade being a mum for anything – I’m the happiest I’ve ever been.’
The pregnancy was delightful news for Brynne, who discovered during her high-profile marriage to Geoffrey Eldesten that it was unlikely she could ever conceive naturally.
The Oklahoma-born television personality became famous in 2009 when she married Melbourne businessman Geoffrey Edelsten, who was 40 years her senior.
The Oklahoma-born television personality became famous in 2009 when she married Melbourne businessman Geoffrey Edelsten (pictured), who was 40 years her senior
Their marriage, however, was short-lived and the pair divorced in 2014 after Brynne alleged her husband had been unfaithful to her.
The socialite recently made headlines after making bombshell claims her ex-husband Geoffrey Edelston tried to choke her with her own headband after she caught him sending large sums of money to young women on ‘sugar daddy’ dating apps.
The reality star is suing Edelsten’s estate for maintenance and support after his death last year.
She claimed Edelsten caught her contacting the women through her phone on one occasion and ‘punched her in the chest’ at their Melbourne CBD penthouse.
Their marriage was short-lived and the pair divorced in 2014 after Brynne alleged her husband had been unfaithful to her