Emma Willis promotes new show Delivering Babies
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TV star Emma Willis made several awkward video calls while filming the new series of her show Delivering Babies. The 44-year-old presenter, who is a mum-of-three herself, took to Instagram to reveal all ahead of the first episode of the show, which aired last night.
In the amusing clip, Emma, who shares Isabelle, 11, Ace, nine, and Trixie, four, with her husband Matt Willis, attempted to make video calls to the stars of her show.
“Making TV in lockdown be like… [laughing emoji] #DeliveringBabies @wtvchannel,” she wrote alongside the post which she shared with her 1.7 million followers.
“Nobody is immune to an awkward video call,” the caption read.
“Hi! Have got your video turned on? I can’t see you,” Emma said to the first couple.
“Hello,” she asked again, before turning to the camera to pull an awkward expression.
Another clip saw her waving to another pair, before realising there was no sound on the call.
“Oh, can’t hear you,” she stated, before pointing to her ear.
A third video call saw her holding her hands in the air, as she said, “Hello?” before finally making a successful video call.
“This is sooo me!! Trying to sort zoom out for my tutoring!”(sic) one follower wrote alongside the post with a laughing emoji.
Many parents, viewers and mums-to-be also took the comments section to share their thoughts following the first episode of the series, which was filmed during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Absolutely loved the show tonight!” one person remarked.
“Loved it, very emotional,” another added.
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“Watching this is heartbreaking, giving the bigger picture how fathers-to-be can’t be by their side until the last minute.
“As a mother I don’t think I could be strong enough doing this myself,” a third person commented.
“Loved watching the show. I’m expecting my second baby very soon.
“Still have mixed emotions but felt this helped,” a mum-to-be added.
Emma became a fully qualified Maternity Care Assistant in the first series of the show, which was filmed in an NHS hospital in Essex.
Her new four-part special explores the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the labour wards and parents-to-be.
She talks to couples online before asking them to film their experiences of being pregnant and giving birth.
She was able to meet some families once restrictions had eased.
Emma Willis: Delivering Babies in 2020 continues Monday at 10pm on W Channel.
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