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Heavily pregnant Sam Frost reveals whether or not she will vaccinate her child

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Heavily pregnant Sam Frost reveals whether or not she will vaccinate her child as she poses for stunning shoot with fiancé Jordie Hansen – after THAT infamous Covid vaccine video

When Sam Frost gives birth to her first child in the upcoming months, she plans to vaccinate him or her.

The former Home and Away star, who made headlines in October 2021 when she posted a video to Instagram about her doubts about the Covid vaccine, says in this week’s Stellar Magazine that her unborn child will receive the shot.

I received my whooping cough vaccination, and I will undoubtedly vaccinate my child. For me, it is a no-brainer, the 33-year-old remarked.

Pregnant Sam Frost has revealed that she will vaccinate her first child when she welcomes the baby in the coming months. Pictured with fiancé Jordie Hansen in this week’s Stellar 

Considering that the Covid vaccination was brand-new, I admit that I had some reservations.

Sam talked about her relationship with her fiancé Jordie Hansen and how the two are a wonderful fit in other parts of the conversation.

When you meet the right person, you can just tell. Of course, I’ve been in relationships before, and I thought, “Maybe this is all there is,” she said.

“I felt like I had to make sacrifices throughout my 20s and early 30s, but when you meet the right person, it’s like, “Oh, this is what everyone is talking about.”

He has everything with Jord because he is such a highly developed and complex person. He is also humorous. We only ever laugh. That’s the best there is.

After dating for five months, Sam and Jordie got engaged in July, and they later revealed they were expecting a child.

In this week’s Stellar, the two posed for an exquisite photo session, with Sam showcasing her baby belly in high-end clothing.

Sam garnered media attention in 2021 when she voiced her concerns on the Covid vaccine.

Later, she made it clear that she wasn’t a “anti-vaxxer” and had never claimed she didn’t want to receive the vaccination.

I don’t oppose vaccinations; are you kidding me? However, I believe it’s rather unrealistic to suppose that everyone will think in the same way and that everyone will reach the same decision at the same time,’ she said.

Sam, who debuted on Home and Away as Jasmine Delaney in 2017 and left the Channel Seven soap opera two months later in December 2021, did so.

All cast and crew members of Seven Productions are required to receive a Covid vaccination; but, according to reports, Sam’s departure from the show last year had nothing to do with this rule.

Sam had received all of her shots by January, according to her former co-star Lynne McGranger, who appeared on Nova’s Fitzy & Wippa.

Read more in this week’s issue of Stellar Magazine 

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