'Spill the beans': Aussie cricket hero's 'amazing' baby news

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Jess Holyoake and Megan Schutt attend the 2019 Australian Cricket Awards.
Jess Holyoake and Megan Schutt have announced they are expecting a baby. (Getty Images)

Aussie cricketer Megan Schutt has announced the incredible news her partner, Jess Hollyoake, is pregnant.

Schutt, who has played with the Australian team since 2012 as a fast bowler, tied the knot with Hollyoake in 2019.

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But in an exciting piece of news, the 28-year-old bowler took to social media to announce the pair are expecting their first baby.

Schutt also announced they were expecting a baby girl.

"Jess and I are excited to FINALLY be able to spill the beans," she wrote.

"Jess has the joy of carrying a mini me, lucky her. Baby girl already being smothered by the cat."

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The photo, which featured Schutt's international jersey, said the baby was due in November.

Schutt married Hollyoake back in 2019, which she described as the "best day of my life".

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Schutt's international career

Schutt last appeared for Australia during the tour against New Zealand back in April.

The tour comprised of three T20s and three ODIs.

Schutt took three wickets in the T20s (finishing 1-1) and seven in the ODIs, which Australia won 3-0.

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