Coronation Street star Lucy Fallon gives birth to baby boy and shares first photo | The Sun
LUCY Fallon has given birth to her first child, a baby boy.
The former Coronation Street actress, 27, revealed she and her footballer boyfriend have welcomed their new arrival on social media.
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She posted: "Our beautiful boy. ?30/01/2023?"
Lucy shared her first snap of the tot as she sat next to her boyfriend and cradled him, after his birth on January 30.
And the beautiful black and white snap was quick to grab the attention of her fans and friends, who were quick to congratulate her.
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Co-star Samia Longchambon wrote: "Congratulations both of you.. gorgeous news Lucy! ♥️??."
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And another person said: "Ahhhhh congratulations ? enjoy the newborn bubble it’s magical ?."
Lucy announced she was expecting back in September, and earlier this month blonde star admitted the final stretch of her pregnancy had been a struggle.
At the start of January, she had been suffered from Braxton-Hicks contractions as her body prepared to give birth, and it was clear they were proving to be rather painful.
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Sharing the update on Instagram Stories, the worried mum-to-be wrote: "Why are my Braxton-Hicks painful? Do any of you know? Am I just pathetic?"
Braxton-Hicks – regularly dubbed "practice contractions" – are perfectly normal during pregnancy and involves your tummy getting hard and your body experiencing something similar to bad period cramps.
They are caused by the tightening of the muscles in the uterus.
It is not clear why they happen, but most doctors believe it is the womb preparing itself for labour.
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