- NBC’s Natalie Pasquarella was in the middle of a segment during the 11pm news when her water broke live on air
- She was answering a question on Twitter’s new character limit when it happened
- Pasquarella finished the show before going to the hospital and delivering a healthy baby boy a month early
An NBC anchor displayed true professionalism when her water broke on live television and she finished the show.
News 4’s Natalie Pasquarella was in the middle of answering a question about Twitter’s new character limit towards the end of Tuesday’s broadcast when she laughed surprisingly.
Unbeknownst to the audience, or even to the other journalists, Pasquarella’s water had broken and she was into labor.
An NBC reporter’s water broke live on air. She continued filming the segment before telling anyone she was in labor
The only indication Natalie Pasquarella gave that she was in labor was a nervous laugh
The only indication Pasquarella gave was a nervous laugh, which did not seem too out of place during the broadcast.
The 35-year-old waited until the broadcast finished before alerting someone to the incoming baby.
Her coworkers helped get her to the hospital where she was met by her husband Jamin.
New mom Pasquarella and her husband Jamin celebrate the birth of Jamin James Pastore
Pasquarella posted this photo on Instagram four days ago, a month before her due date
After 13 hours of labor, Jamin James Pastore was born a month early. He weighed in at five pounds six ounces.
She and her husband have been married for three years. Jamin James is their first child.
They first announced the pregnancy via Twitter in April. The couple also has two dogs.