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She welcomed first daughter, Alba Jean, with boyfriend Jake Ankers back in October.

And on Thursday, Charlotte Crosby reflected on her childbirth experience as she shared a slew of snaps to Instagram from the special day. 

The Geordie Shore personality, 32, pulled a funny face as she lay in the hospital bed with Alba Jean in her arms.

In another snap, Charlotte and Jake looked more loved-up than ever as they shared a passionate kiss shortly after she gave birth.

In a lengthy caption, she penned: ‘#CharlotteInSunderland – MY BIRTH❤️ The day we met our Alba Jeanies will remain the most special day of my whole entire life!’

'The most special day!': Charlotte Crosby reflected on her childbirth experience as she shared a slew of snaps to Instagram from the special day

‘The most special day!’: Charlotte Crosby reflected on her childbirth experience as she shared a slew of snaps to Instagram from the special day

Smitten: In one snap, Charlotte and Jake looked more loved-up than ever as they shared a passionate kiss shortly after she gave birth

Smitten: In one snap, Charlotte and Jake looked more loved-up than ever as they shared a passionate kiss shortly after she gave birth

‘I think all parents will agree what a feeling! What an experience! I would redo that whole birthing experience every single day over and over and over again! ❤️ 

‘And the fact I got to watch it all on #CharlotteInSunderland yesterday well wow goosebumps absolutely EVERYWHERE! I want to say a huge thank you to of course @emekaokaro who saved my life all them years back and then brought my new life into the world❤️’

Charlotte continued by saying thank you to everyone who helped her on the journey: ‘Throughout our whole pregnancy journey dr Okaro you made us feel at ease, you have left a lasting in-print in our memories! @michaela.paul.x THANKYOU for being at the end of the phone whenever I needed help! And making our birth so special and accommodating❤️ 

‘THANKYOU to all of the nurses and staff that truly made our start the parenthood a perfect one! – THANKYOU @chatterbox_media who put together a very tumultuous year, sensitively, beautifully and made it I think we can all agree a very warm, relatable show! I’ve never worked with such an incredible team of people! Who I would now class as very good friends❤️ 

‘And lastly my biggest thankyou of all is to each and everyone of you guys reading this.. THANKYOU for being so incredible, THANKYOU for showing so much support! Thankyou for every single message!!!! I promise you they don’t go unnoticed! 

‘The fact you guys still have such lovely things to say about me and now my beautiful family is MIND BLOWING!❤️ thankyou from the bottom of my heart for tuning in every week! 

She signed off by saying: ‘It’s been a wild ride but that’s it’s from #CharlotteInSunderland the whole series is now available to binge watch over and over again on @bbciplayer a huge thanks to @bbcthree & @bbciplayer for having my crazy family on your platform’

Sweet: Her childbirth experience has been shown in her BBC series Charlotte In Sunderland

Sweet: Her childbirth experience has been shown in her BBC series Charlotte In Sunderland

In a lengthy caption, she penned: '#CharlotteInSunderland - MY BIRTH¿¿ The day we met our Alba Jeanies will remain the most special day of my whole entire life!'

In a lengthy caption, she penned: ‘#CharlotteInSunderland – MY BIRTH❤️ The day we met our Alba Jeanies will remain the most special day of my whole entire life!’

She wrote: 'I think all parents will agree what a feeling! What an experience! I would redo that whole birthing experience every single day over and over and over again! ¿¿'

She wrote: ‘I think all parents will agree what a feeling! What an experience! I would redo that whole birthing experience every single day over and over and over again! ❤️’

It comes after Charlotte candidly opened up about her ectopic pregnancy and admitted she thought she’d ‘never be able to have kids’. 

An ectopic pregnancy is when a fertilised egg implants itself outside of the womb, usually in the fallopian tube, meaning a baby is unable to develop and leaving the mother’s health in danger.

While filming her BBC reality show, the reality star said: ‘When I had my ectopic pregnancy, I didn’t even know I was pregnant. I just thought I was having a normal period but with extra bad cramps.

‘When I was taken to hospital, I found out I was having an ectopic pregnancy and if it wasn’t sorted there and then, I may potentially die.’

While there is a chance of conceiving again, it is advisable for the woman to wait a while due to damage caused in the fallopian tube. 

She ended by saying: ‘It was an awful time and I truly thought I would never be able to have kids’ 

Then there was a sweet clip of Charlotte and her boyfriend Jake Ankers during one of their hospital scans. 

The couple held hands as they saw Alba Jean on the screen, with Charlotte saying: ‘What a relief’

Settling in: Charlotte and her boyfriend Jake are loving life as parents since welcoming their new arrival in October

Settling in: Charlotte and her boyfriend Jake are loving life as parents since welcoming their new arrival in October

Charlotte recently admitted she hasn’t forgiven ex Gary Beadle after she went through the ectopic pregnancy alone while he was filming Ex On The Beach.

In 2016, while the television personality was going through the traumatic experience, Gary, was out in Thailand filming the reality show where he slept with Jemma Lucy and also had a threesome.

As a result of the ectopic pregnancy, Charlotte’s fallopian tube had ruptured and was releasing toxins into her body.

‘The X-ray showed how much damage had been caused. Because I’d left it a week, it’d torn open my fallopian tube and I was bleeding internally,’ she explained to Heat.

WHAT IS AN ECTOPIC PREGNANCY? 

An ectopic pregnancy is when a fertilised egg implants itself outside of the womb, usually in one of the fallopian tubes.

The fallopian tubes are the tubes connecting the ovaries to the womb. If an egg gets stuck in them, it won’t develop into a baby.

In the UK, around one in every 90 pregnancies is ectopic. This is around 11,000 pregnancies a year.  

An ectopic pregnancy doesn’t always cause symptoms and may only be detected during a routine pregnancy scan.  

Symptoms can include a combination of:

  • a missed period and other signs of pregnancy
  • tummy pain low down on 1 side 
  • vaginal bleeding or a brown watery discharge 
  • pain in the tip of your shoulder 
  • discomfort when peeing or pooing

Symptoms of a fallopian tube rupturing or splitting open are: 

  • a sharp, sudden and intense pain in your tummy 
  • feeling very dizzy, sick, or fainting
  • looking very pale 

This is very serious and surgery to repair the fallopian tube needs to be carried out as soon as possible.

A rupture can be life-threatening, but fortunately they’re uncommon and treatable, if dealt with quickly. Deaths from ruptures are extremely rare in the UK. 

Source: NHS 

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