The Project star Jan Fran shares baby news in hilarious instagram post

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Aussie journalist and frequent The Project panelist Jan Fran has shared the exciting news that she is expecting her first child.

The 37-year-old Walkley Award winner took to Instagram on Tuesday to reveal her baby news in a hilarious post.

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The Project panelist Jan Fran is pregnant with her first child. Photo: Channel 10

"F**ked around and found out," Jan captioned a photo of herself, wearing only a singlet and knickers, and flashing her baby bump while standing under a clothesline in the middle of a yard.

The former SBS foreign correspondent - who was playing on the phrase 'f**k around and find out' in relation to unwanted consequences - has been married to comedy film director Al Morrow since 2015.

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She shared a hilarious post online to share the exciting news. Photo: Instagram

The Channel 10 regular is never afraid to mince her words, having called out her "sh*tshow of a week" last year when she slammed a graphic Covid-19 advertisement by the government.

Back in June 2021, Jan, as part of the under-40s group, was eligible to get AZ vaccine via a GPs, per Mr. Morrison's announcement. However, she had so much dutifully booked an appointment, she took to social media in 15 tweets, to call the process was confusing, frustrating and ultimately fruitless.

"At this point I am rattled, confused and, dare I say, f**king angry. Sort this sh*t out, mates. Squabble in private, be clear and consistent in your messaging," she said.

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The Channel 10 regular isn't afraid to mince her words. Photo: Channel 10

As co-host of Question Everything, ABC's hybrid comedy/current affairs panel with funnyman (and the brains behind Gruen) Wil Anderson, Jan is regularly "calling bulls***' on fake news, flimsy facts and misinformation in general.

"I've been doing this stuff in my line of work for ages," she told Yahoo Lifestyle of her new hosting gig last year.

"A lot of the videos that I make or stories that I cover often have a lot to do with just questioning stuff that we keep seeing on the news and current affairs and just calling bulls*** on a lot of things."

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