Heavily pregnant MAFS star Jules Robinson patiently waits to give birth to her ...

Heavily pregnant Married At First Sight star Jules Robinson is exhausted after shuffling to the couch as she waits to give birth to her baby TODAY

By Alisha Buaya For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 12:01 BST, 26 September 2020 | Updated: 12:01 BST, 26 September 2020

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Heavily pregnant Married At First Sight star Jules Robinson is set to give birth to her first child in the coming hours.

But it seems the 37-year-old mother-to-be is patiently waiting until the very last minute to make her way to the maternity ward.

She shared an Instagram video of herself shuffling her way to the couch and 'laying patiently.'

Ready to give birth! Heavily pregnant Married At First Sight star Jules Robinson (pictured) looked exhausted after shuffling her way to the couch in a video she shared on Saturday, as she prepares to give birth to her first baby in the coming hours

Ready to give birth! Heavily pregnant Married At First Sight star Jules Robinson (pictured) looked exhausted after shuffling her way to the couch in a video she shared on Saturday, as she prepares to give birth to her first baby in the coming hours

Her clip featured commentary from Cathy Freeman's gold medal 400 metre sprint in the 2000 Olympics.

She jokingly compared her shuffle to the Olympian's iconic win and wrote in the caption: 'My shuffle, slide that gets me around in the evening, here you have it.' 

'What a champion. What a relief,' she added.

'What a champion': Her clip featured commentary from Cathy Freeman's gold medal 400 metre sprint in the 2000 Olympics in which she jokingly compared her shuffle to the Olympian's iconic win. She quipped, 'My shuffle, slide that gets me around in the evening'

'What a champion': Her clip featured commentary from Cathy Freeman's gold medal 400 metre sprint in the 2000 Olympics in which she jokingly compared her shuffle to the Olympian's iconic win. She quipped, 'My shuffle,

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