Australian Survivor winner Liz Parnov and her entrepreneur partner Daniel Bradshaw announce pregnancy in VERY unconventional post: ‘Just left pound town’

Liz Parnov is expecting her first child.

The Olympic pole vaulter shared the news that she and her StreetX entrepreneur partner Daniel Bradshaw are soon to be parents in a Instagram post this weekend.

The Russian-born athlete, 29, showed off her growing bump in a pink lace bra while Daniel poses in an adult diaper with a dummy in his mouth.

“Just left town,” she captioned the unconventional pregnancy announcement post along with a baby emoji.

The couple work together, with Liz in the marketing department of Daniel’s fashion brand StreetX, which he opened in 2011.

Liz Parnov is expecting her first child.  The Olympic pole vaulter shared the news that she and her StreetX entrepreneur partner Daniel Bradshaw are soon to be parents.  Both pictured

Liz Parnov is expecting her first child. The Olympic pole vaulter shared the news that she and her StreetX entrepreneur partner Daniel Bradshaw are soon to be parents. Both pictured

Liz won last year’s Australian Survivor: Heroes vs Villains and later revealed what she plans to do with her whopping $500,000 in prize money.

She told The Daily Telegraph she is not sure exactly how she wants to spend the half million dollars, but she would like to invest in something.

‘I feel like the last 24 hours have just been an absolute blur. And what to do with the money – I don’t even know,” she said.

“I think I just want to be very sensible with it and I want to, hopefully, invest in something.”

The athlete also said she will be traveling with her partner Daniel, revealing: ‘I want to go to Paris!’

“Just left pound city,” she captioned the unconventional baby announcement post

Liv struggled with hunger during the 47-day competition and shed a whopping 10 kilos, leaving her ‘power’.

“I really struggled a lot with the lack of food, and at this stage of the game you can see my body is quite lean and all my bones are showing,” she said The Courier Mail after her victory.

Liz says the show took a ‘massive toll’ on her and that she struggled mentally as well as physically.

“Honestly, playing in Survivor is ten times harder than going to the Olympics,” the champion added.

Liz is a decorated athlete who has competed for Australia in the pole vault at the Olympics, World Championships and Commonwealth Games.

Liz won last year's Australian Survivor: Heroes vs Villains and later revealed what she plans to do with her whopping $500,000 in prize money, including a trip to Paris

Liz won last year’s Australian Survivor: Heroes vs Villains and later revealed what she plans to do with her whopping $500,000 in prize money, including a trip to Paris

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