Ed Cavali admits he kicked wife Tiff Hall out of bed for coughing

Radio comedian Ed Cavali got into trouble at home and with his co-workers after he made a shocking request to his wife, Tiff Hall.

This morning, Ed Cavale listened to his co-workers on the radio after they learned he kicked his sick wife out of bed for “coughing too hard.”

Kavale, 42, is married to fitness trainer Tiff Hall, 37, who gave birth to her second child, daughter Vadu, just three weeks ago.

But, as he explained on his 2Day FM Morning Team radio show with Hughie Ed and Erin, his sleep was not interrupted by his sick wife’s coughs, but instead he demanded that she sleep on the couch.

While Cavale attempted to keep the tactless act from listeners, co-host Dave “Huzey” Hughes, suitably angered by the confession, did not let him go unpunished, putting him on the air as he shyly tried to defend himself.

“From time to time you have to stand your ground on behalf of others and our man Ed Kavale is one day away from winning another Logie with his show. Did you pay attention? and he thinks he’s all of it,” he teased when co-host Erin Molan chimed in that he “looks down on others” ahead of Logies.

“You forget the people who got him to where he is now, and one of those people is your beautiful wife Tiff, who is at home with not one, but two children, and the second is still a baby, and you, I think, ordered her out of the rooms,” Husey continued.

Jumping up to defend himself, Kavale, who also shares four-year-old son Arnold with Hall, said he has been babysitting their eldest child while Hall has been doing “night feedings” since Wada was born on May 30.

“Last night, unfortunately in the hospital, she caught a little cold…so she was coughing. She coughed heavily. So one night she was coughing and coughing and coughing and I had to get up to make the breakfast radio and I said, “Hey, could you go and sleep on the couch, please,” he said.

“It’s terrible,” Molan said as Kavale continued.

“She coughs like a maniac, she still has to get up to feed, so she can spend one night on our beautiful, luxurious sofa.”

When Husey interrupted to soften the seemingly exaggerated retelling by suggesting that Cavale had actually asked Hall to sleep in the spare room rather than on the couch, Cavale corrected him.

“No, there is a nursery for Wada, but she obviously doesn’t sleep there yet, and there is no bed, so the only other room was the sofa in the living room, which has a heater, so she went,” he said.

“She claims it made her cough worse, she claims she just had a baby and it made her lower body pain worse and I think she just got a little sick,” he added sarcastically.

Summing up, Molan reiterated: “So three weeks ago… your incredible wife who had a very difficult, long pregnancy pushed her baby out of her lower body, stitches included… Didn’t sleep, breastfeeding at night, she has another baby and you asked her to leave your bed because she was coughing to sleep on the couch. Is there any part of what was not true?”

“You missed the part where she’s still talking about it,” Kavale joked back.

While he did not elaborate on whether the entire memory was a joke, his colleagues were nonetheless outraged, with Husey saying that he would “never forget the story.”

Former The biggest loser Coach Hall has been getting more candid about her pregnancy and health issues lately, breaking down in tears over her postpartum struggle in a video just last week.

The famous trainer made history in May as the first pregnant woman to appear on the cover of a magazine. Women’s Health Australia.

After a difficult pregnancy with her first child, Tiff has been very vocal about her fight against “recovery culture”, even speaking on Ted Talk on the topic. back in 2019.

Speaking to news.com.au last year, she also revealed that she has struggled with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), a blood pressure condition that, in her case, is genetic.

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