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Gogglebox’s Shaun Malone becomes a dad

OHMYGOSSIP — Shaun Malone has become a father.
The ‘Gogglebox’ star took to Twitter to confirm the birth of his son, Louis Malone, and admitted he “couldn’t be more proud” of his girlfriend.
He wrote: “Super happy to announce the birth of my son Louis Malone
“Thanks for everyone’s interest, mother and baby are both well I couldn’t be more proud of my girlfriend I wouldn’t be that brave having my belly cut open (sic)”
A message on the Malone family Twitter account – which is run by Shaun’s parents Tom Snr and Julie – read: “So excited to welcome our new Grandson Louis !!!! Can’t wait to meet him .Congratulations !!! (sic)”
This comes after Shaun revealed earlier this month that he was given “less than a 10 per cent chance” of surviving when he suffered a brain infection during his teens.
The 24-year-old star – who appears on the programme with his mum, dad, and brother Tom Jnr – suffered from sinusitis when he was 15 years old, which left him in a coma and he “essentially had a stroke”.
He said: “In 2010 I got sinusitis and in some way, the infection found its way back to my brain.
“My brain started swelling and my skull started crushing it so my mum took me to A&E saying, ‘look he’s poorly,’ and they said it was sinusitis.
“And then I collapsed one day at home and I ended up going into a coma and they said to my mum and dad that I had a less than 10 per cent chance of living.
“I was in a coma for a few weeks – and they said to my mum and dad, ‘Shaun’s got brain damage, we don’t know what the brain damage is or how it’ll affect him or if it’s going to be really bad.’
“When I woke up my brain damage affected me in some ways, like my memory, but mostly the way it affected me was with my left side.
“I essentially had a stroke, I couldn’t move my left arm, my left leg, even the left side of my face. My sister has got pictures of me trying to eat.”
Shaun – who has since landed a job with the Manchester United Foundation, where he works as a football coach – admitted the injury had a “huge impact” on his mental health.

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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