Regardless of how you gave birth, you did an outstanding job. You've grown and given birth to a human life with your incredible body, and it deserves to be acknowledged.
The term Cesarean does not have a negative connotation. A C-section may be a traumatic process, and some celebrities have been dubbed "too posh to push" or forced to go through 60 hours of labor before even hearing the word "Cesarean."
Here are 6 celebs who have given birth by C-section.
1. Gwen Stefani.
Gwen Stefani gave birth to Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo via C-section. No Doubt's look and persona are infectious, and her offspring will definitely follow in her footsteps.
2. Christina Aguilera
When X-Tina was pregnant with her first kid, Max, in 2008, she caused a stir. "I didn't want any surprises," she said, of opting for a c-section at 37 weeks. I didn't want any tears, to be honest.
3. Victoria Beckham
This affluent spice girl, dubbed 'too fancy to push,' gave birth to all four of her children via the sunroof. She had stated that she wanted a fifth child but was unsure if her c-section scar could handle it.
4. Britney Spears
Both of Britney Spears' sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, were born via c-section. She not only had them through cesarean section, but she also planned to give birth to them that way. He said, "I have a feeling I'm going to have surgery." I'm not sure why, but I'm hoping it has something to do with it. My mother claims that giving birth was the most excruciating experience of her life.
5. Angelina Jolie
Jolie described giving birth to her first biological child, Shiloh, in 2006 as a "wonderful" event. "I had a C-section, which I found fascinating. It wasn't a terrible experience for me, and it wasn't a sacrifice. It struck me as a marvelous miracle of what the human body can accomplish." She gave birth to twins Vivienne and Knox through c-section in 2008.
6. Jennifer Lopez.
J-Lo was frightened when doctors advised her to have a c-section because she was expecting twins. She watched her sister give birth, since she wanted to try a natural birth at least once. She quickly changed her mind, saying, "I didn't get to do it the way everyone else does." When I saw my sister pushing that baby out, I thought to myself, 'Maybe this was all right!' That was an adventure." 'Perhaps this was a better alternative.'
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