Natasha Hamilton and Ritchie Neville's baby girl Ella Rose was born at home

Natasha
Hamilton
gave birth to her and fiancé Ritchie Neville‘s daughter Ella Rose on her living room floor.

The
former Atomic Kitten singer revealed that she welcomed her first child with the 5ive
member in their home and they stayed calm by using hypnobirth techniques.




Explaining
how she welcomed her fourth child into the world in an inflatable birthing pool, Natasha
shared she was thrilled to find out it was a girl.




She said: ‘I pulled her out from under the water and into life. She came out with her
hands above her face and the midwife took a picture. I turned to the midwife
and said to her: “Is it definitely a girl?”


‘I gave
birth in our living room surrounded by the noises she’d been used to in my
tummy. It’s definitely had a knock-on effect on how she is – she’s very calm,
especially for a breast-fed baby.’




Natasha‘s
labour was a speedy three hours and she admits she attempted to finish eating a
chicken dinner even though her waters had broken.


Now her
little one is here she’s keeping her energy up by taking pills made from her
own placenta. How very Kourtney Kardashian!


She told
OK! Magazine: ‘It’s in tablet form in my fridge. It cost £175 to have the pills
made.’


The
family will appear in Seven Days With… on ITVBe on 20 October, a show that documents
their lives together before Ritchie became a dad for the first time.


Now the
mum is hoping to get hitched before they work on having potentially
two more kids.


She
added: ‘I’m madly in love with him so it would be lovely to get married. I know
I make a joke out of it to wind him up but we’re in no rush. It’d be nice for
Ella to have a memory of our wedding.’

Natasha already has three children from previous relationships – Josh, 12, with Fran Cosgrove, Harry, nine with dancer Gavin Hatcher and Alfie with ex husband Riad Erraji.

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