Charlotte Dawson admits she’s ‘terrified’ of giving birth alone as she prepares to welcome first child

Charlotte Dawson has candidly unveiled she is afraid to give start by yourself as she methods her because of date.

The 28 year aged mum-to-be opened up on her fears all over giving start as Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced England would be plunged into a 3rd lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Charlotte, who not long ago explained she’s ‘struggling mentally’ amid gestational diabetic issues struggle, posted a photograph of her unborn son’s nursery, which is kitted out with a lavish crib, a large stuffed giraffe and a chair with a chunky knit blue throw.

The gorgeous mum-to-be then opened up to her a single million followers about her thoughts and fears in the caption.

Charlotte Dawson has opened up on fears of giving birth alone
Charlotte Dawson has opened up on fears of giving start by yourself

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She wrote: “I’m formally full expression my darlings!! What an incredible sensation… 37 weeks our very little angel could appear at any time…but I can not aid but truly feel pressured & emotional for this lock down…

“I’m afraid they will not let the a single individual in the labour place anymore I will need @matt_sarsfield in there (I’m also gutted my mum can not be in there @tracydawsonx as properly as Matt like it was prior to Covid… but just lucky if we get a single birthing lover) but if it’s worst than the initial lockdown then they might modify it.. how are my fellow preggo birds sensation??”

Charlotte, who not long ago visited the healthcare facility just after her baby’s movements lessened, continued: “It’s frightening… possessing a infant in a pandemic, not possessing extra of the aid we would typically get with lessons etcetera now the considered of giving start on my individual terrifies me I hope they don’t modify it…

Charlotte Dawson is expecting her first child with Matthew Sarsfield
Charlotte Dawson is expecting her initial child with Matthew Sarsfield

“So lucky to have the incredible NHS & midwives but can not aid but truly feel nervous… and not getting capable to see relatives & good friends….

“I’m truly sensation for anyone & all my good friends with firms these kinds of a sad time but we will get by way of this…”

She ended her caption with: “until then you are going to uncover me in my satisfied put, our very little mans lovely nursery” adopted by a blue coronary heart emoji.

Charlotte’s article gained extra than fifty,000 likes from followers, whilst many flooded the reviews with supportive messages.

Charlotte was flooded with supportive messages and comments
Charlotte was flooded with supportive messages and reviews

Just one wrote: “Keep favourable darling I’m certain he will be authorized in and all will be perfect” adopted by two blue coronary heart emojis.

One more added: “Let go of that concern darling – you are your infant know what to do! You can do this and you will start like a chuffin goddess”.

While a 3rd explained: “I truly truly feel for you. And not only lockdown but wintery problems also xx”.

Nevertheless, the NHS states that pregnant women of all ages can have a birthing lover, as prolonged as they offer a detrimental covid-19 take a look at.

The NHS internet site says: “Having a start lover is essential for your basic safety and wellbeing throughout labour and start.

“You’ll be capable to have a start lover throughout labour and the start if they do not have symptoms of coronavirus. But there may well be boundaries on how prolonged they can remain just after the start.

“If your start lover has symptoms, they may well not be capable to appear with you. You might want to have a backup start lover just in circumstance.”