Amy Childs is reportedly set to reveal all about her ‘exhausting’ labour which resulted in her newborn son being ‘hospitalised.’
Her labour was a ‘long and exhausting’ one, sources said, with her manager later telling Metro.co.uk she was now the mum of twins.
A close friend revealed: ‘Amy’s welcomed boy and girl twin babies. ‘She’s overjoyed, but exhausted after a long labour.’
In her upcoming ITVBe show, titled The Twin life, the TV personality details how baby Billy was hospitalised with fluid in his lungs shortly after his birth.
According to The Sun, cameras show Amy dealing with a traumatic birth which leads her to undergo an emergency C-section.
However, there was more drama after the birth, with Billy taken to the neo-natal unit for two days, before being allowed home.
Amy admitted she was ‘panicking’ over the twins’ birth after suffering from ‘belly ache’ and calling the hospital.
Despite having been through pregnancy and childbirth twice before, Amy previously wrote that she feels like she had gone ‘back to square one’ as she frets over the health of her babies.
Writing in her column for OK!, the reality star opened up about a recent incident in which she couldn’t get to sleep, and in the middle of the night her stomach began ‘cramping’.
‘I’ve had it before, it’s not like it’s my first baby, but I said to Bill that something felt different,’ she said.
After first feeling the cramping at around 1am, the mum-of-two stuck it out until 3.30am, when she called the hospital and explained she had a ‘belly ache and bad belly pain’.
She added that she could feel her babies moving and being ‘really active’, and worried that she would go to the hospital only to be told she was having Braxton Hicks, or false labour pains.
‘I’m a worrier, so if the babies weren’t moving I’d have definitely gone down to hospital,’ she added.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Amy Childs’ reps for comment.
The Twin Life premieres on Tuesday May 23 on ITVBe.
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