Natasha Marsh Talks About Her Pregnancy

“You kind of need the nine months. To start believing it, for the first bit and then to start imagining how it will be.”

Starting maternity leave,

“Opera singers stop at seven months, generally. Because everything gets higher and higher and your breathing gets more and more difficult. I’m determined to keep going as long as I can. As long as my dresses don’t pop on stage, or my waters break!”

Loving her pregnant body,

“I’ve always been flat-chested, and suddenly I’ve got boobs! I was, like, great! I can wear all those dresses with cleavage for the first time.”

Source: Wales Online

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