Charlotte Dawson has candidly uncovered she is scared to give birth by itself as she strategies her owing day.

The 28 12 months old mum-to-be opened up on her fears all around giving birth as Primary Minister Boris Johnson introduced England would be plunged into a third lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Charlotte, who not long ago said she’s ‘struggling mentally’ amid gestational diabetes battle, posted a photo of her unborn son’s nursery, which is kitted out with a lavish crib, a giant stuffed giraffe and a chair with a chunky knit blue throw.

The amazing mum-to-be then opened up to her one particular million followers about her thoughts and fears in the caption.

Charlotte Dawson has opened up on fears of giving birth by itself

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She wrote: “I’m officially full phrase my darlings!! What an incredible experience… 37 months our very little angel could appear at any time…but I cannot enable but feel pressured & emotional for this lock down…

“I’m scared they will not allow the one particular particular person in the labour home any more I require @matt_sarsfield in there (I’m also gutted my mum cannot be in there @tracydawsonx as properly as Matt like it was before Covid… but just lucky if we get one particular birthing partner) but if it’s worst than the to start with lockdown then they may modify it.. how are my fellow preggo birds experience??”

Charlotte, who not long ago frequented the healthcare facility following her baby’s actions decreased, continued: “It’s terrifying… getting a infant in a pandemic, not getting extra of the enable we would generally get with classes etcetera now the thought of giving birth on my individual terrifies me I hope they really don’t modify it…

Charlotte Dawson is expecting her first child with Matthew Sarsfield
Charlotte Dawson is expecting her to start with baby with Matthew Sarsfield

“So lucky to have the fabulous NHS & midwives but cannot enable but feel nervous… and not currently being equipped to see spouse and children & good friends….

“I’m really experience for everyone & all my good friends with enterprises these kinds of a sad time but we will get through this…”

She ended her caption with: “until then you are going to locate me in my happy put, our very little mans wonderful nursery” followed by a blue coronary heart emoji.

Charlotte’s publish been given extra than fifty,000 likes from followers, though a lot of flooded the feedback with supportive messages.

Charlotte was flooded with supportive messages and comments
Charlotte was flooded with supportive messages and feedback

A person wrote: “Keep optimistic darling I’m guaranteed he will be allowed in and all will be perfect” followed by two blue coronary heart emojis.

An additional included: “Let go of that panic darling – you are your infant know what to do! You can do this and you will birth like a chuffin goddess”.

Though a third said: “I really feel for you. And not only lockdown but wintery situations much too xx”.

Even so, the NHS states that pregnant gals can have a birthing partner, as lengthy as they present a negative covid-19 take a look at.

The NHS web site states: “Having a birth partner is critical for your basic safety and wellbeing all through labour and birth.

“You’ll be equipped to have a birth partner all through labour and the birth if they do not have indications of coronavirus. But there may well be boundaries on how lengthy they can continue to be following the birth.

“If your birth partner has indications, they may well not be equipped to appear with you. You may want to have a backup birth partner just in case.”