Published On: Thu, Jun 24th, 2021

Rebecca Maddern is ‘excited’ to let her daughter watch Australian Ninja Warrior

Rebecca Maddern says she’s ‘really excited’ for her daughter Ruby, three, to watch Australian Ninja Warrior for the first time

Rebecca Maddern is at the helm of another thrilling season of Australian Ninja Warrior.

And the Channel Nine host told Who magazine on Thursday she is excited for her three-year-old daughter, Ruby, to see what she does for work.

The 43-year-old said: ‘What’s nice about her being three now though is that she might just be old enough to watch a little bit of Australian Ninja Warrior.’

Excited: Rebecca Maddern said she is ‘really excited’ for her daughter Ruby, three, to watch Australian Ninja Warrior for the first time

‘This will be the first year I can show her the series, so I’m really excited,’ she added.

Rebecca married creative director Trent Miller in 2014, and they welcomed daughter Ruby in 2018. 

Elsewhere, the Weekend Today presenter discussed working alongside co-host Ben Fordham on Australian Ninja Warrior.

Mum on TV: The 43-year-old said: 'What's nice about her being three now though is that she might just be old enough to watch a little bit of Australian Ninja Warrior'. Pictured is Rebecca with Ruby

Mum on TV: The 43-year-old said: ‘What’s nice about her being three now though is that she might just be old enough to watch a little bit of Australian Ninja Warrior’. Pictured is Rebecca with Ruby

Ready for it! The Weekend Today host added: 'This will be the first year I can show her the series, so I'm really excited'

Ready for it! The Weekend Today host added: ‘This will be the first year I can show her the series, so I’m really excited’

‘He’s one of my TV husbands, alongside Richard Wilkins! I didn’t know Ben when we started on the show together in 2017,’ she said, adding that hosting Ninja Warrior pushed them out of their comfort zones.

Earlier this month, Rebecca spoke to 9Now about the big changes on the course. 

The former AFL Footy Show host said: ‘We have 25-plus brand-new obstacles that have never been seen in Australia. We have Ninjas racing each other side by side.’

Pals: She also discussed working alongside Australian Ninja Warrior co-host Ben Fordham (right). 'He's one of my TV husbands! I didn't know Ben when we started on the show together in 2017,' she said, adding that hosting the show pushed them out of their comfort zones

Pals: She also discussed working alongside Australian Ninja Warrior co-host Ben Fordham (right). ‘He’s one of my TV husbands! I didn’t know Ben when we started on the show together in 2017,’ she said, adding that hosting the show pushed them out of their comfort zones

‘We’ve got an underwater obstacle which we have never seen before, which is absolutely brilliant,’ the broadcaster added.

She also noted there are fast passes to send high-performing contestants from the Heats round straight through to Grand Finals.

Ben added: ‘With a multi-million-dollar budget, underwater obstacles and a huge tower… it becomes a very entertaining watch.’  

That's entertainment! Co-host and 2GB presenter Ben: 'With a multi-million-dollar budget, underwater obstacles and a huge tower... It becomes a very entertaining watch'

That’s entertainment! Co-host and 2GB presenter Ben: ‘With a multi-million-dollar budget, underwater obstacles and a huge tower… It becomes a very entertaining watch’

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