At the time of our shoot, Cyrell had just hit week 12 of her pregnancy.
This means the MAFS star was expecting during that horrifying racial attack.
In June, the 30-year-old and her partner visited Shoal Bay Cafe when she was the victim of a racially motivated attack.
WATCH THE SHOCKING FOOTAGE FROM THE VIOLENT CAFE INCIDENT.
Eden explained that he was fearful of his loved one.
"I was annoyed with the drama going on. I had to take her phone away from her, she does get emotional."
He then dropped, "These things, the physical and emotional stuff, it could kill our baby."
"It gave her migraines, headaches. I’ve known she’s been pregnant for a long time and when you get these people attacking us, it’s very stressful. It could be harmful to the baby."
The expectant mother jumped in, "I’m more worried that any hatred of me will be directed to my child."
Cyrell also told us during our photoshoot: "I wouldn’t be surprised if my child is going to get called a publicity stunt."
She said, "That’s sad, because the baby has nothing to do with it."
"It gets exhausting trying to defend it."
And her main man agreed, "I guarantee people will say the baby is a publicity stunt."
"They’ll say we got pregnant to stay relevant or to extend our 15 minutes of fame."
The dad-to-be remarked, "It’s very stressful and stress can cause bad things to happen."
But it's not all fear for the pair.
Cyrell bravely shared, "I believe that our baby is going to get strength from their mum and dad."
WATCH: MAFS' Cyrell Paule shows off her baby's ultrasound!