Pregnant Emma McVey Reveals She's 'Terrified' Of Giving Birth To Gaz Beadle's Baby
Her due dating is approaching and Emma isn't feeling totally confident about childbirth.
Emma McVey has revealed she’s feeling a bit nervous at the prospect of giving birth to Gaz Beadle’s baby and is worried that the process is going to be more “horrific” than she first anticipated.
While Emma has been the subject of scrutiny throughout her pregnancy (with multiple people feeling the need to comment on her compact baby bump) she’s now decided to go public about some of her deepset childbirth anxieties.
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In an interview with OK! Magazine, Emma revealed: “The more I think about it, the more I panic and worry it’s going to be horrific, so I think we’re just going to go with the flow. I would love a nice, quick and natural birth.
"I’d rather not have an epidural as the thought of it freaks me out, but one thing the midwife did say was that my hips are so small and narrow that it’s harder for birth but I’m not sure why.
"After they gave me that news I’ve been having really weird dreams, I dreamt the baby was born with a full set of teeth, hopefully that doesn’t happen, it would be a bit weird!"
Explaining that period of time when people wrongly assumed Emma had already given birth, she said: "Everyone thought I had gone into labour because of Gary’s tweet but it was just the final check.
"Despite being nine months pregnant even the midwife thought my bump wasn’t very big, but it’s because I’m so long, when I lay down she could see his shape, I think he’s growing upwards rather than outwards."
"There were so many times over the festive period I thought I was going into labour, just the slightest cramp I panicked and thought he was coming," she said.
As for how her mindset has changes this side of the New Year, Emma said: "I just feel like everything has changed, the past few weeks everything has felt so much stronger, his movements and kicks, especially when it’s so close I’m constantly thinking I’m in labour."
It sounds like the countdown is on to Emma and Gaz becoming first-time parents.