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Call the Midwife’s Helen George pregnant

OHMYGOSSIP — Helen George is pregnant.
The ‘Call the Midwife’ actress took to Instagram to tell fans she is expecting her second child, and the little one is due in December.
Tagging in her co-star and partner Jack Ashton, she wrote: “Baking number 2. Due in December (sic)”
Earlier this week, Jack gushed over Helen – who portrays Trixie Franklin in the drama series – after she turned 37 last weekend.
He wrote: “Helen had a birthday and we took her for high Tea this weekend, I shouldn’t need reminding how lucky I am to have both Helen and Wren in my life but today I am feeling very grateful. (sic)”
Helen gave birth to her first child, daughter Wren – who she shares with Jack – in September 2017.
And the star later admitted she asked for a caesarean section because ‘Call the Midwife’ had put her off a natural birth.
She said: “I haven’t spoken about this before … but I chose to have a C-section (caesarean).
“It coincided with the fact that I had to deliver her early, but even without that, I would have gone for an elective caesarean because of what I’d learnt on ‘Call the Midwife’.
“Working on ‘Call the Midwife’ means that lots of people tell you their horror stories about birth.
“I’m not against natural birth, I’m pro whatever you feel is right for you.
“Some people may not understand why I elected to have a C-section, but it was right for me at the time.
“It’s not because I’m ‘too posh to push’, it’s about what I think my body is capable of.
“I’m not good with pain … I faint when I stub my toe.
“Not that a C-section is the easy way out. It’s a major operation.
“I have a large scar on my stomach. You can’t exercise for a long time and you need help to pick up the baby.”
Wren was born earlier than expected after Helen was diagnosed with a liver condition called ICP (intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy) which can cause babies to be stillborn.

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