Former Hollyoaks actress Gemma Atkinson has shared a cheeky video of herself and fiancé Gorka Márquez just a week after they welcomed their second child.
In the clip, which was posted to her Instagram Story, Gemma can be seen standing next to Gorka, 32, as he puts his arm around her.
However, the Strictly Come Dancing pro’s motive wasn’t so innocent as she goes from looking quite content to unimpressed as he reaches down and squeezes her breast.
She captioned the video: “Nope. At least another 5 weeks Gorks. At least!”
They announced the birth of their son on July 22 with a snap of the newborn on Instagram.
The caption read: “Thiago Thomas Marquez [blue heart emoji] Our family is complete [face holding back tears emoji]”.
Just four days later (July 26) Gemma opened up about having a c-section on her Instagram.
Posting a snap of her smiling as she lay in bed wearing a hospital gown, she penned that she “didn’t get my vaginal birth” and that they would “100%” go with a c-section if needed.
“Lots of you have asked if I got my much hoped for VBAC [vaginal birth after cesarian]….
“This was me on mon 17th July 3hrs after an elected C section. I didn’t get my vaginal birth. My waters broke and I went into labour and stayed at home for as long as possible (it helped that the Wimbledon men’s final was on!)”.
She continued: “My contractions got down to every 6 mins or so and then slowly just stopped. We headed into the hospital 24hrs after my waters broke as they had changed colour a little.”
She then explained that Thiago had had bowel movement inside of her and she was given the choice of either taking an artificial hormone or a c-section and chose the latter as the injection was “awful” with their eldest, Mia, four.
“This time was SO much more relaxed. It was actually a wonderful experience and it just so happened that the same surgeon who delivered Mia was on shift. So she delivered Thiago as well
“Of course recovery is still tough, it’s a huge operation regardless, but I couldn’t be happier in the outcome of how he arrived. It felt like somehow it was meant to be this way…”
She finished her post by saying: “I take my hat off to any which way our babies are born. Vaginal or a section, theres no easy way. Pregnancy, labour and the 4th trimester is tough! But so are we”.
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