Bianca Gascoigne gives birth! Reality star reveals she’s welcomed her first child with her partner Arron Wright
Bianca Gascoigne has welcomed her first child with her partner Arron Wright.
The former Celebrity Big Brother star, 36, announced the happy news on Thursday.
It comes after Bianca shared with fans a picture of her ‘basic’ nursery, which she set up in January with just weeks to go until she gave birth.
Bianca Gascoigne has welcomed her first child with her partner Arron Wright
Giving fans a glimpse: It comes after Bianca shared with fans a picture of her ‘basic’ nursery, which she set up in January with just weeks to go until she gave birth
It comes after Bianca shared with fans a picture of her ‘basic’ nursery in January, saying she thought it looked ‘basic’ as she had ‘left it so last minute’.
Showing off the white bedroom set and grey carpeting in the room, she told fans: ‘We finally have baby furniture. I’ve left it so last minute. Obviously she’s coming next month but I’m really impressed.’
‘Obviously that’s the wardrobe and that’s the chest drawers. I’ve actually got to move that so changing has got to be a bit more easy access.’
She added at the time: ‘There’s the cot and yeah I know it’s so basic at the moment but it will all come together and my mum was like you know, saying I’ve left everything last minute as per usual, but we will get there.’
She finished: ‘Still so much work to do! Can’t wait to see the room when it’s all done. We need to get our skates on.’
‘Still so much work to do! Can’t wait to see the room when it’s all done. We need to get our skates on,’ she said at the time
It comes after Bianca revealed she was suffering from antenatal depression and has been finding her pregnancy ‘a little bit scary’.
The daughter of Paul and Sheryl Gascoigne told her fans what she has been doing to help her through her pregnancy.
She said that all she can pray for is that her unborn baby is healthy as she admitted her worries over the ‘unknown’.
Bianca, who announced her pregnancy in August, shared the update alongside a bikini snap of her bump from her trip to Tenerife.
New addition: Bianca is pictured with her partner Arron Wright
Candid: It comes after Bianca revealed she was suffering from antenatal depression and said she had been finding her pregnancy ‘a little bit scary’
She said: ‘New Year and definitely gonna be a new me! Still can’t believe I’m going to be a Mummy next month!
She added: ‘Finding everything a little bit scary as I’m sure most new parents feel! It’s the unknown isn’t it. All you can pray for is the baby is healthy and everything will to fall into place.’
In a further post, Bianca added: ‘Had my first Reading of the Year with my real life angel @theangelic.medium It’s the best way to start the new year! Her guidance is magical.
‘Finding everything a little bit scary as I’m sure most new parents feel! It’s the unknown isn’t it. All you can pray for is the baby is healthy and everything will to fall into place,’ she said at the time
Revealing her battle with depression, Bianca said: ‘Emma has massively helped me through my Antenatal Depression and everything she predicts always comes true!!! ….. it’s crazy scary. Her gift is unreal and extremely very lucky to have her in my life.’
Bianca received some supportive remarks from her pals in the comments section, including former Big Brother winner Kate Lawler who wrote ‘beautiful’.
Former TOWIE star Nicole Charbass, wrote: ‘The best feeling. Not long now.’
Bianca and Arron, who confirmed their romance in December 2021, have been friends for 14 years and announced they were expecting a baby in February 2023.
The couple celebrated their one year anniversary on August 7 with a romantic trip to Paris.
‘She has massively helped me’: In a further post, she revealed her battle with Antenatal depression and said her psychic was helping her through
What is antenatal depression?
You can get depression when you are pregnant. This is called antenatal depression.
With help and support most people with antenatal depression are able to manage the condition.
If antenatal depression is not treated symptoms can get worse and may continue after the baby is born (postnatal depression).
Some mood changes are normal in pregnancy, like feeling tired or irritable. But if you’re feeling low and hopeless all the time, and no longer enjoy the things you used to, talk to a midwife or GP.
Signs and symptoms of antenatal depression include:
-Feeling sad, a low mood, or tearful a lot of the time
-feeling irritable, or getting angry easily
-losing interest in other people and the world around you
-not wanting to eat or eating more than usual
-negative thoughts, such as worrying you will not be able to look after your baby
-feeling guilty, hopeless or blaming yourself for your problems
-having problems concentrating or making decisions