Christin Quinn wants to give birth on television: would you watch?

If Christine Quinn gives birth while being filmed, will you watch it?

In an interview with OK! magazine, Christine Quinn revealed that she would love to give birth while being filmed if her husband Christian Richard is okay with that.

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The “Selling Sunset” star, expecting her first child, says she wants to inspire other women but is not sure that she will be able to have the birth filmed because of COVID-19 restrictions.

In her interview though, it shows that the star has a idealized and non-realistic notion of what giving birth implies. She says that her priority is to “look glamorous” while giving birth and is having silk outfits done for her.
“I watched Khloe Kardashian give birth and Cherie give birth on ‘Bling Empire’. I talked to Cherie [Chan] last night about her process with filming and I was so inspired.
The fact that she proclaims that she wants a natural birth but is opened to pain killers if she feels “uncomfortable” during labor seems to reveal that she is not well-prepared for giving birth and motherhood all together. What do you think?
“If I can have someone watch the show and be inspired to be a mother or realize it’s empowering, that’s really where I’m coming from.”
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Truth be told, giving birth naturally is wonderful and yes inspiring but it takes preparation (and we do not mean silk outfits). Even the royal family took prenatal classes and prepared to give birth naturally, Taking a complete prenatal preparation course like Hypno-Baby is a sure way to be better prepared to give birth naturally.

The 31-year-old star wants to have a natural birth but she is “open” to taking pain relief or doing whatever it takes to get her baby out safely.

She said: “I would love to have a natural birth. Everyone who has had an epidural is like, ‘Oh my gosh, why would you do that to yourself?’ And I’m like, ‘Because I can and I’m a woman and I feel like I can handle everything.’

“It’s such a magical thing. But if it gets to the point where I’m uncomfortable and I need an epidural, then I’m definitely open.

“I know things can go wrong. It’s really all about the safety of the baby, and if they have to Edward Scissorhands me to get the baby out, I don’t really care, just as long as it’s safe. I will bounce back and I’m resilient, so I’m not worried about that.”

Christine wants to “look glamorous” while giving birth so is having some comfortable loungewear custom made.

She admitted: “I actually have someone who is making me a custom set of pyjamas and gown. I want to feel comfortable in silk and still be fashionable at the same time.

“In the photos, I want to look more glamorous and feel better.”

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