Just a month after giving birth to her first child, actress Dani Harmer is speaking about her three-day labour.

 

The Tracy Beaker star was forced to undergo emergency caesarean section after spending three days in labour which left her heartbroken.

 

 

my little family xxx

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“I cried a lot. I was devastated,” she said in an interview with Hello! magazine.

 

“My birth plan was literally, ‘birthing pool, whale music, no drugs, let’s just try and be really hippy about it and do some breathing’. But it just turned into the complete opposite.”

 

The actress welcomed gorgeous girl and named her Avarie-Belle Betsy Rachel Brough after an exhausting birth.

 

“Once she’d come out, I started to regain feeling so I could feel literally everything they were doing.”

 

 

However, it looks like Dani is now embracing her time with family and enjoying life with her new little girl.

 

“I just feel the most happy I’ve ever felt in my entire life. We’re in a complete little love bubble.

 

 

The first of many coffeesxx

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Although it might not happen soon, wedding bells look to be in future for Dani and her partner Simon Brough.

 

“I’m really keen on that, but I want to do it right,” Simon told the magazine.

 

“I want to build a much better relationship with her father in particular and I want to ask, man to man, and I want him to feel confident that it’s a good choice.

 

“I just feel it’s the right thing to do.”

 

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