Pregnant Gemma Atkinson responds to fan concern about her health
Gemma Atkinson is expecting a baby boy with her fiancé, Strictly star Gorka Marquez – and sweetly, her fans are concerned for her well-being.
One even messaged the star on Sunday to express their concern, and the mum-of-one quickly responded, revealing that this is a common question she's been facing since revealing her second pregnancy.
The star shared a message to her Instagram Stories that read: "Have u had your iron levels checked missus u sound a bit breathless, that can be a sign of low iron in pregnancy [ask] your midwife to run some bloods for u x".
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The TV and radio presenter replied: "I've been asked this a lot. Thanks for [your] concern [heart emoji]. "My bloods are checked regularly as is my BP.
"Both before and during pregnancy (because I find it amazing how our bodies work) my results are spot-on & luckily have been for years.
"In fact, my last blood pressure check a week ago I was told 'Gosh you are as chilled as you look'…
The star responded to a fan's concern
She finished by writing: "Breathlessness is common in pregnancy due to everything shifting & moving about to make room… I'm across my health and in very good hands with my midwife too".
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Gemma and Gorka, who met on the set of Strictly, already share daughter Mia, who was born in 2019. Unfortunately, it was a difficult labour, with Gemma requiring an emergency C-section and haemorrhaging after delivering Mia.
Gemma with daughter Mia
"I don’t remember much other than having around 9 doctors in the room, some injecting me, hooking me to drips, physically pulling clots out of me & one comforting Gorks who was beside himself in the corner," she previously revealed on social media.
She continued: "I woke in another room with Gorks & my family there, Mia sleeping soundly & a lovely midwife named Di who was checking my notes. The trauma was over & thanks to our NHS & incredible hospital staff we were ok".
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