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Troian Bellisario and Husband Patrick J. Adams Detail the Crazy Car Birth of Their Second Child
"There was no room for panic," said Patrick J. Adams, who welcomed daughter Elliot Rowena on May 15 with wife Troian Bellisario Never miss a story - sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. View this post on Instagram RELATED: Surprise! Pretty Little Liars' Troian Bellisario Welcomes Baby No. 2 with Suits' Patrick J.
a week ago, the actress Troian Bellisario announced the birth of her Girl, Elliot Rowena, on Instagram. Patrick J. Adams's wife explained that this birth on May 15 was held in "crazy circumstances" without revealing more. The actress of "Pretty Little Liars" finally decided to talk about this childbirth in the "Katie's Crib" podcast.
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already mom, Troian Bellisario explains not to panic when she feels that the work begins. His first daughter, Aurora, was born after 26 hours of work, so she has time. She ends up asking her husband to leave for the hospital while the pain is becoming more and more present. But it's already too late. At the health facility car park,asks for help with a security member while his wife screams in the car: "I told him" it's by train. To arrive in the car, go get a wheelchair and staff, all the staff! It's now ! But not the time to go out, the actor of "suits" tells that his wife was "four-legged, the buttocks faced with the windshield at the level of [his] head": "I dropped his pants and the Head [of the baby] was right there. There was no place for panic. You just have to deal with this situation. " It checks that the umbilical cord is not wrapped around the baby's neck and after a thrust comes out the baby. Troian Bellisario explains: "I'm just looking over my shoulder, because I'm always four-legged ... and I see Patrick holding it upside down, and she's crying, so I said," She is alive, she Go well. She breathes "".
on Instagram, Troian Bellisario and Patrick J. Adams posted a photo taken on the car park where their daughter was born. A birth whose couple will remember very long.
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