23 celebrities, whose children were born thanks to caesarean section
List of Hollywood stars, who for one reason or another resorted to Caesarean section.
The increasing popularity of cesarean section is constantly becoming the object of heated discussions and often in the context of Hollywood stars. And although among the celebrities home births are also gaining momentum, one-third of the stellar children were born thanks to Caesar’s. It does not matter, the reason is that elite moms do not have to push to the face, or they need a specific date of birth, prescribed in the schedule, the fact remains mdash; most often stellar mothers resort to Caesarean section, although not always at will.
Look at our list of 23 celebrities whose children were born thanks to Caesarean section.
All three children Gwen Stefani mdash; Kingston, Zuma and Rocco mdash; were born by cesarean section in a Los Angeles hospital.
For the first child, Max Christina Aguilera planned a cesarean section at 37 weeks gestation, while saying: I do not need surprises. Honestly, I do not want any vaginal breaks. I heard a lot of horrors from women who went to normal childbirth, but then they had to do urgent cesarean (in any case). The most difficult was to choose the date of his birth. Of course, I wanted to leave everything in the hands of fate, but, at the same time, I wanted to finish the wait as soon as possible.
Milan Piqué Mebarak was born by a cesarean section in Barcelona, Spain.
Actress and model Molly Sims planned traditional births, but the umbilical cord made its own adjustments. I had to do caesarean section. Of course, this is scary mdash; you need to enter the operating room yourself and get out. But Scott was there all along. When Brooks was taken to get warm, he grabbed the finger of her husband. Scott cried so much that he literally dubbed him with tears.
Despite the plans of the star to give birth in the traditional way, Maxwell was born thanks to Caesarean section in May 2012. In the following year, the birth of Ace was already planned.
After 70 hours of first birth with her daughter Apple, Gwyneth Paltrow planned a cesarean section for the baby Moses two years later.