Talking about her birth on her official website, Miranda shared, “I gave birth to him naturally, without any pain killers. It was a long, ardous and difficult labour, but Orlando was with me throughout it all and I could not have done it without him.”
Orlando was with Miranda through every push – he wasn’t even allowed to go the toilet and had to pee in a bottle!
Although we know Fearne had a go on the gas and air, it’s not known if Holly opted for pain relief when she gave birth to daughter Belle in a London hospital.
TV presenter and now mum-of-two Myleene Klass gave birth to both her daughters, Ava Bailey and Hero Harper, in a London hospital.
Myleene didn’t release any details on her birth and has kept us guessing on what types of labour she had.
Melissa Joan Hart
The former Clarissa Explains It All star Melissa Joan Hart had pain killers and medical intervention during her first birth to son Mason, but decided she wanted to try a drug-free birth in hospital for her second birth.
“I said to my mum and husband, ‘Don’t let me have any drugs!’ I’m glad I didn’t as the healing process after the birth was so much quicker. I didn’t have to get the drugs out of my system and was moving around alot more,” Melissa said.
When Nicole gave birth to Harlow at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, it’s rumoured she had an epidural to ease the pain, though other rumours say she didn’t have any pain relief.
During the birth of her son Sparrow, Nicole is also said to have watched him arrive into the world by looking in a mirror.
Hollywood actress Halle Berry gave birth to daughter Nahla at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and is quoted as saying it was a hard, long and natural birth, with her then partner Gabriel Aubrey at her side.