Amanda Holden 'stable' after emergency Caesarean birth
Britain's Got Talent star and actress Amanda Holden is in a 'stable' condition after the emergency Caesarean birth of baby girl Hollie Rose. The star has spent three nights in intensive care after a difficult labour.
Amanda Holden has spent three nights in intensive care in hospital after the emergency delivery of baby girl, Hollie.
Hollie Rose Hughes was delivered by Caesarean section on Monday and is now in a special care unit, weighing 6lb 1oz.
Amanda is said to be in a 'stable' condition and is expected to make a full recovery.
Husband Chris Hughes waited until the Britain's Got Talent star's condition had stabilised before announcing the happy news of the birth of their baby girl.
The talent show judge and actress, who was eight months pregnant, admitted herself into hospital on Monday.
Amanda, 40, had to pull out of filming for Britain’s Got Talent auditions in Blackpool.
Last year, Amanda had a stillbirth when seven months pregnant, but announced the happy news that she was expecting again in August 2011.
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