Frankie Bridge feels ‘judged’ for deciding to have a double cesarean

Loose Women star Frankie Bridge said she felt ‘judged’ over her decision to welcome both her sons – Parker and Carter – by caesarean section

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Frankie Bridge recalls feeling ‘judged’ about cesarean deliveries

Frankie Bridge feels judged for her decision to have her baby by cesarean section.

The Saturday singer decided to welcome her two sons – Parker and Carter, whom she shares with husband Wayne Bridge – by the C-section, and in a candid chat on Loose Women today, she admitted She admits she feels judged for welcoming her children. road.

She explained that she was never opposed to having a vaginal birth but wasn’t particularly desperate about it either, so she talked to the doctor who suggested she have a cesarean section.

However, she admits that she feels very deliberate about her decision.

Frankie feels judged for deciding to have a C



Speaking on ITV’s Loose Women channel today, she said: “I don’t get it because, in the best possible way, I don’t care how someone has a baby as long as they’re fine and the child is. I’ve had two C’s and they’ve been elected and we’ve said before, I think a lot of people want to experience a natural birth, but I’m not in a rush.”

When asked if she felt judged by others when she chose to have a cesarean section, she added: “100% and I think pushing too smoothly is a lot to blame. People see it as a way to go. get rid of laziness”.

Frankie chats with her Loose Women co-stars about her own experiences



“I’ve been so many times ‘oh is it an emergency?’ and I think you’ll get it right from the time you get pregnant and for the rest of your life.”

Frankie previously revealed that she chose a C-section to help deal with her anxiety.

“I’m open to both birthing options – in my head I think they’ll both breastfeed, so pick one! I spoke to my obstetrician to lay out the pros and cons of both. and I said ‘If I were your daughter, what would you do?’, and he said ‘C-section.’ So I thought OK, let’s just put it on,” she explained nearly. here about the decision to have a cesarean section.

Frankie with her children and husband Wayne


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“With work and with Wayne playing, I wanted to make sure we were there together and that was really the only way I could do it. I never had any real burning desire to do it. the fact is to have a natural baby, but I’m not against that either.”

She added: “It feels like I have less control over it [a natural birth]that no one could really tell me what was going to happen, and to my anxiety, it was a really terrible situation. And Wayne was a lot like ‘If I had kids, that’s what I would do.’ “

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