She welcomed their son Oscar back in February with husband Peter Stefanovic.

And Sylvia Jeffreys has spent her first few months of motherhood in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

The news presenter, 34, shared a sweet photo of her three-month-old son looking excited after eating on Friday, as she joked about looking forward to after work drinks. 

'Back-to-back zooms today. Friyay drinks are on': On Friday, Sylvia Jeffreys shared a hilariously adorable Instagram photo of her three-month-old son Oscar (pictured)

'Back-to-back zooms today. Friyay drinks are on': On Friday, Sylvia Jeffreys shared a hilariously adorable Instagram photo of her three-month-old son Oscar (pictured)

‘Back-to-back zooms today. Friyay drinks are on’: On Friday, Sylvia Jeffreys shared a hilariously adorable Instagram photo of her three-month-old son Oscar (pictured) 

‘Back-to-back zooms today. Friyay drinks are on,’ Sylvia wrote on Instagram. 

Earlier this month, the journalist spoke about how she had been finding motherhood so far.

Speaking to Today Extra, Sylvia said: ‘It’s just been the most wonderful and surprising experience.’

'In awe of this beautiful little boy': Sylvia (pictured) told Today Extra earlier this month about how she's finding motherhood and said she will have a low-key celebration for Mother's Day

'In awe of this beautiful little boy': Sylvia (pictured) told Today Extra earlier this month about how she's finding motherhood and said she will have a low-key celebration for Mother's Day

‘In awe of this beautiful little boy’: Sylvia (pictured) told Today Extra earlier this month about how she’s finding motherhood and said she will have a low-key celebration for Mother’s Day

‘It is every emotion at its extreme and all mixed in together. It is an extreme and deep joy, it is rational anxiety. But mostly just joy and wonder, and in awe of this beautiful little boy,’ she said.

Sylvia also revealed she and Peter ‘go to bed at night and just watch videos’ of their little boy. 

She told 9Honey on Saturday that she is still getting used be calling herself a mother.

‘It is kind of special to be celebrating as a mum, it still feels surreal to be calling myself a mum, it feels kind of strange,’ she said. 

'It feels kind of strange': Sylvia told 9Honey that she is still getting used be calling herself a mother. 'It is kind of special to be celebrating as a mum, it still feels surreal to be calling myself a mum,' she said

'It feels kind of strange': Sylvia told 9Honey that she is still getting used be calling herself a mother. 'It is kind of special to be celebrating as a mum, it still feels surreal to be calling myself a mum,' she said

‘It feels kind of strange’: Sylvia told 9Honey that she is still getting used be calling herself a mother. ‘It is kind of special to be celebrating as a mum, it still feels surreal to be calling myself a mum,’ she said

The journalist also revealed that she and Peter have been enjoying their ‘little bubble’ as new parents at home as people continue to practice social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.

‘It’s sort of guilt free home time with the baby, and lots of time with daddy as well, he’s home a lot during the day so it’s been a lovely little bubble for us we’ve really just soaked it all up,’ she said

‘It sort of feels like the whole world is on maternity leave, I don’t feel like I’ve been missing out on anything,’ she added.  

'It sort of feels like the whole world is on maternity leave': The journalist also revealed that she and husband Peter Stefanovic (left) have been enjoying their 'little bubble' as new parents as people continue to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic

'It sort of feels like the whole world is on maternity leave': The journalist also revealed that she and husband Peter Stefanovic (left) have been enjoying their 'little bubble' as new parents as people continue to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic

‘It sort of feels like the whole world is on maternity leave’: The journalist also revealed that she and husband Peter Stefanovic (left) have been enjoying their ‘little bubble’ as new parents as people continue to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic

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