Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich TORN APART!

The couple share their heartbreak.
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Bachelor power couple Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich should be on top of the world with the recent news they’re expecting their first child together.

Instead, the duo are heartbroken, having been separated for the foreseeable future due to Melbourne’s new lockdown laws.

WATCH: Inside Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich’s baby gender reveal party

Both Anna, 33, and Tim, 37, took to Instagram to share their despair over the border closing between New South Wales and Victoria.

With pregnant Anna living in their Sydney home, and husband Tim stuck in Melbourne filming Neighbours, the couple are set to be separated for at least six weeks.

That is, if the lockdown laws aren’t later extended.

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Anna isn’t happy being separated from Tim. (Credit: Instagram)

Anna posted a selfie with tears sharing her distress, simply captioning the Instagram snap: “Me right now not knowing when I’ll see my hubby next”.

Meanwhile Tim shared his wife’s sentiment with a very sad-looking selfie on his own social media account, writing: “Current mood…blaaaaa”.

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Tim isn’t thrilled either. (Credit: Instagram)

The actor followed up by sending wife Anna a beautiful bouquet of flowers, complete with a love note.

“Keep smiling. I’m never that far away xoxo Love you. Your hubby,” the message read.

Anna shared the flowers on her Instagram, revealing the surprise gift had her “pregnancy emotions on the RISE”.

The couple had just spent the weekend in Sydney with Anna’s sister Andrea, with Tim taking a break from filming before returning to Melbourne.

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Tim and Anna spent one last weekend together. (Credit: Instagram)

Neighbours production company Freemantle Australia released a statement to HuffPost Australia this morning revealing they would be continuing to film in Melbourne despite the new lockdown restrictions.

“Neighbours will continue under its current production model adopted when Stage 3 restrictions were first introduced in Victoria,” the statement said. 

“The strict health and safety measures we have adhered to for the past 11 weeks will be maintained, ensuring the well-being of our cast and crew remains intact.”

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