After Difficult 30-Hour Labour Where Her “Uterus Split”, Joss Stone Feels “Very Grateful” To Be Alive
The singer admits that "everything went a bit wrong" during the birth of her second child in October.
Joss Stone feels "very, very grateful" to be alive.
The 35-year-old singer gave birth to her son Shackleton via emergency C-section in October, and Joss feels a sense of relief after spending 30 hours in labour.
The Grammy-winning star - who also has a 21-month-old daughter, Violet, with her boyfriend Cody DaLuz - shared: "You know, it's nice to be alive. It really is. I'm very, very grateful for it."
Joss admits that "everything went a bit wrong" during her labour, and the 'You Had Me' hitmaker has thanked doctors for keeping her alive.
She told Entertainment Tonight: "You know, we all of us mums have our best stories and many of us have war stories kind of with the birth. And I was hoping to not be one of those.
"I wanted to be like, 'Oh, you have beautiful four-hour labour. And then I just sneezed, and he fell out.' But no, that's not what happened. But I'm here and there was 15 doctors that just like swarmed in when everything went a bit wrong. And they saved my life and saved my baby's life for me. I felt truly like they were angels."
Joss recently revealed that she'd love to have more children.
She explained: "I definitely want to have more children. The doctor has said I can have another one but I definitely can't give birth naturally because my uterus split."
The singer is now open to the idea of adopting a child, adding that she'd like "as many kids as [she] can".
Joss said: "I've always wanted to adopt and Cody was adopted so he wants to adopt, too. We'll see but I'd like as many kids as I can." — BANG SHOWBIZ
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