New mom Kate Lawler has revealed she gave birth just hours after laughing at the blunder of her longtime friend Alison Hammond’s gift.
In a new interview, the Big Brother personality, 41, admitted that while her former co-star, 46, ‘isn’t very good at ordering purchases,’ she appreciates her ‘best daddy’ ‘babygro.
The DJ – who welcomed daughter Noa with fiance Martin earlier this month – recently revealed his newborn baby was brought back to hospital with breathing difficulties in a ‘crushing’ first week ‘.
‘She sent me a’ best daddy ‘babygro!’ New mother Kate Lawler revealed she gave birth just hours after laughing at the blunder of her longtime friend Alison Hammond’s gift
On the funny giveaway from the This Morning star, the reality star said: ‘Yeah, she bought me a babygro. She told me she was sending me a present and she said “I hope you like it, it’s for you”.
“But he said, ‘You’re gonna be the best daddy’, instead of ‘You’re gonna be the best mom’ on it.
‘She admitted that she was not very good at ordering purchases. But the feeling was good. At least the baby can carry it and Boj can hold it.
The girlfriends met as contestants for the third edition of Big Brother UK in 2002, which media personality Kate won.
Hilarious: In a new interview, the Big Brother personality, 41, admitted his former co-star, 46, ‘isn’t very good at ordering purchases’ (pictured in 2015)
They go back a long way! The girlfriends met as contestants for the third Big Brother UK in 2002, which media personality Kate won (pictured that year)
Earlier this week, the blonde emotionally detailed the seven “ heartbreaking ” days she has experienced since arriving home from hospital with her baby girl.
The former Key 103 star explained that Noa was taken back to hospital on Saturday because she was showing signs of difficulty breathing, but was released after medics ran a series of tests and gave them given permission to return home.
Explaining that her daughter arrived 11 days premature, Kate said: ‘It’s been … 1 day since I last cried, 2 days since her first bath, 3 days since we went to A&E with her, 4 days since our first dog walk with Noa.
“5 days since we learned to use a sling, 6 days since the doggies came home, 7 days since we got back from the hospital.
Impressive: The hilarious host has become one of the UK’s most recognized presenters (pictured from This Morning this month)
“ We arrived home exactly a week ago and despite being in the hospital for five days, it was a mixture of magic, trauma, pain, fatigue and information (seriously, it was like having a master class on breastfeeding). ”
Sharing her experience since returning to her London neighborhood, the TV star admitted that ‘the last 7 days at home have been the most life-changing experience of her life’.
Kate added that she cried as she typed the message and revealed that she breaks down when people ask her how she “ has been ” since welcoming her first child.
The former model said: ‘Although Noa is beyond perfect I don’t know if I’m going or if I’m leaving. One minute I’m fine, the next someone asks me how I’m doing and I burst into tears.
“ Typing this and asking me this question – how are you doing made me cry. I have cried so much since she was born.
Giving examples of what has moved her over the past few days, Kate said: ‘I cried because I’m tired, I don’t feel confident in what I’m doing or if any of us are doing it correctly. .
“ Horrible dark thoughts about losing my daughter, when our meditation playlist popped up like it reminded me of when Noa was in the NICU.
“I cried over the spilled milk – literally. Expressed milk, poured into a storage bag that fell, sending milk everywhere. BRILLIENNNT.
“I cry because my hands and arms suffer excruciatingly from carpal tunnel syndrome.
“No one told me this was common for new moms. Has anyone else suffered from it? Pins and needles, numbness, shooting pains in hands and arms. I now have wrist splints which help.
Bundle of joy: The DJ welcomed his daughter Noa with her fiancé Martin earlier this month
The presenter went on to discuss the terrifying ordeal she endured when they had to rush Noa to a healthcare facility over the weekend.
She said: ‘We took her to a & e and luckily we were seen immediately. Her breathing levels were high, so blood was drawn, but everything was back to normal and she settled in so we went home.
“ I see other new moms here looking glamorous like the first two weeks is a cinch and I really wish I could say it is, but that’s the thing. more difficult than I have ever experienced.
“I hope it will be easier. I didn’t make a lot of fuss because I just didn’t have the time or the energy. Send positive vibes to all new moms who feel the same way. Know that you are not alone and that it is good to shout it out. X ‘(sic)
Candid: The blonde recently revealed her newborn baby was brought back to hospital with difficulty breathing in ‘overwhelming’ first week