Chloe Madeley admits 'scary' fainting episodes on public transport during pregnancy
Chloe Madeley reveals she has experienced a selection of "scary" fainting incidents on public transport during the third trimester of her pregnancy.
Madeley, who is due to give birth at the beginning of August, revealed on Instagram a series of things she has learned during the final phase of her pregnancy.
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Among those, Madeley revealed she had struggled with her iron levels dropping and wished she had paid more attention to her symptoms.
She said: "I wish I'd taken the first sniff of dropping iron levels more seriously and fully overhauled my diet and supplement/medication approach, instead of thinking some [iron supplement] Spatone and Vit C in the mornings would sort me right out.
"If I had, I would have avoided a lot of scary moments, like fainting on/in various modes of transport, and generally feeling like I can't breathe. As well as looking like a goth."
Madeley responded to a concerned comment on the post saying that she did faint "a few times" while travelling, but always had someone with her who was able to help.
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Madeley and her husband James Haskell announced her pregnancy in February, with Haskell appearing alongside father-in-law Richard Madeley on Good Morning Britain to break the news.
The couple are expecting a baby girl, announcing the news with a picture of Madeley's mother Judy Finnigan and a pink babygrow.
Madeley is a TV presenter and fitness influencer, hosting The Bodcast with Chloe Madeley as part of her career as a personal trainer.
Her presenting career started more than a decade ago on Big Brother's Big Mouth and has seen her appear as a roving reporter alongside her parents on numerous shows.
In 2020, she and Haskell launched a podcast together called Couple's Quarantine in which they discussed their experiences during the COVID-19 lockdown.
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