Peter Stefanovic says an emotional goodbye to his wife Sylvia Jeffreys and eight-month-old son Oscar as he travels to the US
Peter Stefanovic shared an emotional goodbye with his wife Sylvia Jeffreys and son Oscar ahead of his flight to the US on Saturday.
The Sky News reporter was seen waiting at the front of his home with a suitcase and black bag.
The 38-year-old then got into a car and headed to Sydney airport while his wife and eight-month-old son waved from the front gate.
Travelling: Peter Stefanovic (pictured) said an emotional goodbye to his wife Sylvia Jeffreys and eight-month-old son Oscar as he headed to Sydney airport on Saturday
The father-of-one wore comfortable navy pants, a grey T-shirt and a pair of brown boots for the flight.
Peter is believed to be travelling to the US to report on the elections which will take place on November 3.
Meanwhile, Sylvia and husband Peter welcomed Oscar in February and announced the news on Instagram.
On Wednesday, the 34-year-old revealed for the first time that she underwent IVF to have her son.
Goodbye: Peter was seen getting into a car as he headed to the airport while his eight-month-old son and his wife waved from the front gate
Heading off: The Sky News reporter waited at the front of his home with a suitcase and black bag
She broke down in tears as she discussed her own struggles with infertility on Today Extra.
Sylvia was speaking to mother Brooke Campbell about IVF treatment and the ‘daunting and overwhelming’ decision of what to do with leftover frozen embryos once a family no longer wants to use them.
As Brooke discussed the options available, a clearly-emotional Sylvia said: ‘Brooke, I know from my personal experience with IVF that so much goes into having a successful embryo.’
Travelling for work? Peter’s reason for travel is unknown but it’s believed he is heading to the US to report on the elections which will take place on November 3
Growing family: Meanwhile, Sylvia and Peter welcomed Oscar in February and announced the news on Instagram at the time
As she fought through tears, she continued: ‘…and having something sitting there that gives you the opportunity to make life for your family. How are you and your husband coping?’
Alongside Brooke on the panel was IVF specialist Dr Ric Gordon, who outlined the four options available for unwanted frozen embryos – storing, donating to science, donating to a couple and disposal.
Clearly still emotional, Sylvia continued: ‘It’s such a fascinating topic, and Brooke obviously something so raw for you right now, so thank you very much for sharing.’
‘The silver lining in having unused embryos is that you’ve had your miracles. You’ve had your babies. So that’s the beautiful part of it,’ she added.
Emotional: On Wednesday, the 34-year-old revealed for the first time that she underwent IVF to have her son