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Radio Ulster presenter Lynette Fay on being a first-time mum, her three-day labour and preparing to go back to work

The Dungannon woman tells Claire O'Boyle about missing her family in lockdown, her supportive partner and the special rapport she has with her audience

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Lynette Fay

Lynette Fay

Lynette Fay with baby Neansai

Lynette Fay with baby Neansai

Lynette, Gavin and Neansai up Cavehill

Lynette, Gavin and Neansai up Cavehill

Lynette Fay, granny and mum

Lynette Fay, granny and mum

Lynette with grandmother Nora McKeown, mum Brenda Fay, and baby Neansai

Lynette with grandmother Nora McKeown, mum Brenda Fay, and baby Neansai

Lynette Fay. Picture: Press Eye/Darren Kidd

Lynette Fay. Picture: Press Eye/Darren Kidd

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Lynette Fay

Signing off from Radio Ulster on what she dubbed "Lynexit Day" back on October 31 last year, Lynette Fay had no clue what lay ahead.

Well, she knew the early days of motherhood were just around the corner - but as for the rest of the mayhem, all that was still anyone's guess.

"It's been absolutely bonkers, hasn't it?" says Lynette (42), whose baby daughter Neansai was born in November.