Charlotte Crosby breaks down in tears and admits she’s terrified ahead of the birth of her first baby | The Sun

Charlotte Crosby breaks down in tears and admits she’s terrified ahead of the birth of her first baby | The Sun

September 30, 2022

CHARLOTTE Crosby has admitted breaking down in tears after becoming overwhelmed with fear ahead of the birth of her first baby

The reality star, 32, decided to open up when a pregnant fan asked Charlotte for advice – worrying she might not be a good mum.


Charlotte replied: "This was me yesterday. I cried all morning and my mam had to give me a big pep talk.

"I'm so so so so so scared about this HUGE change in my life and I worry about it all the time.

"Don't you worry about a single thing, it's totally normal to feel that way.

"You also have raging hormones coursing around your body."

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She added: "I struggled with a bit of prenatal depression in the very beginning as well, which again is so normal.

"These feelings aren't going to last forever my girl.

"Pregnancy can be really, really tough. I've not had the easiest.

"Remember to keep talking to your loved ones about all your feelings – don't keep them bottled up."

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She was left devastated after revealing fears of being shamed for choosing to have a c-section.

Charlotte explained that she was worried about giving birth naturally, especially due to her previous ectopic pregnancy.

She said there too much stigma around having a c-section.

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