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Sunrise star Edwina Bartholomew’s marriage bombshell as husband Neil Varcoe moves out

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Sunrise star Edwina Bartholomew’s marriage bombshell as husband Neil Varcoe moves out of their family home to become a farmer in rural NSW

Edwina Bartholomew is preparing to enter into a long-distance relationship with her journalist husband Neil Varcoe as he moves out of the family home to pursue his dreams of becoming a farmer. 

The Sunrise presenter, who recently celebrated her ten-year wedding anniversary, shared her surprising family news in an emotional Instagram post on Wednesday. 

Uploading a gallery of intimate family photos, the mother-of-two, 39, explained that Neil had recently quit his job and will be moving to the Greater Blue Mountains to work as the chief farming officer at luxury estate Warramba.

He is also set to become project manager for a historic hotel in the Blue Mountains called The Victoria. 

‘Today is a big day for our little family,’ she began her post, adding that Neil is ‘officially shifting from working in digital media to full-time farming.’ 

Edwina Bartholomew, 39, (left) is preparing to enter into a long-distance relationship with her journalist husband Neil Varcoe (right) as he moves out of the family home to pursue his dreams of becoming a farmer. (Pictured with their son Tom, one)

Edwina Bartholomew, 39, (left) is preparing to enter into a long-distance relationship with her journalist husband Neil Varcoe (right) as he moves out of the family home to pursue his dreams of becoming a farmer. (Pictured with their son Tom, one) 

‘Neil was born and raised in Lithgow and went to school in Bathurst so it’s pretty exciting he now gets to contribute to the extraordinary growth in the Central West.  He is also the proud new owner of a very big jacket and a beard to survive the winter,’ she joked. 

Edwina explained that she will live in Sydney with their children during the week so she can continue her commitments on Sunrise, but will visit Neil with the kids on weekends.

The couple share two children: a daughter named Molly, three, and a son named Tom, one. 

Uploading a gallery of intimate family photos, the mother-of-two explained that Neil had recently quit his job and will be moving to the Greater Blue Mountains to work as the chief farming officer at luxury estate Warramba

Uploading a gallery of intimate family photos, the mother-of-two explained that Neil had recently quit his job and will be moving to the Greater Blue Mountains to work as the chief farming officer at luxury estate Warramba 

He is also set to become project manager for a historic hotel in the Blue Mountains called The Victoria. (Pictured is a historic photo of The Victoria)

He is also set to become project manager for a historic hotel in the Blue Mountains called The Victoria. (Pictured is a historic photo of The Victoria) 

‘We will miss him during the week but let the commuting, designing, renovation fun begin!’ Edwina concluded. 

Neil also shared a similar post on his Instagram page, telling his followers that while he’s going to miss his family through the week, he’s ‘excited to build a business for his family from scratch’. 

‘The chance to contribute to the extraordinary growth that’s occurring in my home region is irresistible,’ he wrote, adding: ‘This would not be possible without the support and courage of my wife, Edwina. In fact, this wild scheme was her idea.’ 

Edwina explained that she will live in Sydney with their children during the week so she can continue her commitments on Sunrise, but will visit Neil with the kids on weekends

Edwina explained that she will live in Sydney with their children during the week so she can continue her commitments on Sunrise, but will visit Neil with the kids on weekends

The announcement comes after Edwina revealed that she and Neil have slept in separate beds for the past seven years. 

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph in February, the breakfast TV presenter said the couple’s different morning routines made it difficult to sleep in the same bedroom, and that the current sleeping arrangements ‘kept their love alive’.

‘It shocks people when they come to our house and see two rooms set up,’ she said at the time.

The announcement comes after Edwina revealed that she and Neil have slept in separate beds for the past seven years. The couple are pictured on their wedding day in 2018

The announcement comes after Edwina revealed that she and Neil have slept in separate beds for the past seven years. The couple are pictured on their wedding day in 2018 

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