Charlotte Crosby has been so worried about her mother's cancer that she hasn't had time to fret about giving birth.
The 32-year-old reality TV star is pregnant with her first child but admitted that she has barely been thinking about the labour as she is currently consumed with looking after her mother Letitia, who recently started chemotherapy for breast cancer.
She told MailOnline: "I've got my mam and I'm going to chemotherapy with her, she just started last week. I'm too busy worrying about my mam so giving birth hasn't even entered my mind.
"We were saying this morning that it's so weird to think that she got diagnosed with cancer while I was pregnant – it's literally been the whole of my pregnancy so we haven't embraced it as much as we could have but when the baby arrives, she'll be really happy."
Charlotte is expecting a baby girl with partner Jake Ankers and the birth will be filmed for an upcoming BBC series.
She said: "I'm going to be filming all the way up until I give birth and I will be filming the birth.
"I feel really calm about it because this show is completely different to anything I've ever filmed before. It's really relaxed, and it's really calm, it's so much like a fly-on-the-wall that sometimes I don't even notice that I'm filming so I'm fine."
Charlotte previously revealed she couldn't accept the news of her mother's diagnosis at first.
She said: "When mum got the letter from them she said she thought something was wrong.
“But I was so adamant it wasn’t. I said, ‘You’re being stupid and worrying over nothing.’ I was so adamant it was going to be fine. I didn’t even entertain the fact it would be cancer.
“When she called and told us it was cancer, I said: No it’s not.’ She was like, ‘No I have been told it is cancer.’ But I still didn’t believe it because I was so adamant it could not be that.
"There was a really low part.
“Mum went into a negative place. And there is only so much you can tell yourself your mam is going to be OK, when your mam is saying: ‘I am going to die, I am going to die,’
“And I remember mam saying it so much that I get into my head, ‘Mam is going to die.’
"But she changed her mind-set when she saw how upset I was.”