JLS star JB Gill and wife Chloe rule out having more children after the ...

JB and Chloe Gill have revealed they've ruled out having more children after the dancer's 'traumatic' 40-hour labour with their son Ace.

In a new interview, the JLS star, 34, admitted he felt 'stressed' when the performer, 32, welcomed their eldest kid, now six, via an emergency caesarean section, and 'wasn't herself' for a year after the terrifying experience.

The musician's spouse - who also shares daughter Chiara, two, with the singer - said on this week's Happy Mum Happy Baby: 'Now, if I ever went again and I don't think I could go through it, honestly, I just don't think I can do it. It's the recovery!'

'I don't think I can do it': JB and Chloe Gill have ruled out having more kids after the dancer's 'traumatic' 40-hour labour with son Ace, now six (also pictured with daughter Chiara, two)

'I don't think I can do it': JB and Chloe Gill have ruled out having more kids after the dancer's 'traumatic' 40-hour labour with son Ace, now six (also pictured with daughter Chiara, two)

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The athlete recalled how her initial decision to have a natural birth didn't go to plan as she was 10 days overdue.

Mother-of-two Chloe shared: 'I had an amazing pregnancy, I actually love being pregnant. My birth plan was going to be no drugs, I wanted to feel the pain - I'm quite strange like that. I was 10 days over so I'd needed to have an induction.

'Being a dancer, I like to feel the pain and I understand my body so well, I wanted to know what it was going through. I don't like being drunk as I like being in control, [but] I'm not a control freak!

'In my head I wanted to have a natural birth and get in the water, but didn't think I'd have a water birth.'

'He started worrying': In a new interview, the JLS star, 34, said he felt 'stressed' when the performer, 32, welcomed their eldest kid via C-section (pictured pregnant with Chiara in 2018)

'He started worrying': In a new interview, the JLS star, 34, said he felt 'stressed' when the performer, 32, welcomed their eldest kid via C-section (pictured pregnant with Chiara in 2018)

'I wanted to feel the pain': The athlete recalled how her initial decision to have a natural birth didn't go to plan as she was 10 days overdue

'I wanted to feel the pain': The athlete recalled how her initial decision to have a natural birth didn't go to plan as she was 10 days overdue

The Beat Again hitmaker confessed he quickly became overwhelmed as the couple were 'underprepared', adding to Giovanna Fletcher: 'I'm usually a very calm person, it became very stressful quite quickly.' 

Explaining why she started to bleed when her waters broke, Chloe detailed: 'I ended up going into labour during the early hours, and spent the whole day at home until the point that the contractions were a minute and a half apart. 

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'I was having full-on contractions but I wasn't dilating. They ended up breaking my waters to get things moving. His heart-rate kept dipping so there was obviously something going on.

'I was on gas and air but I was tired. It ended up being 40 hours long. When they broke my water, there was a bleed of some sort, and they didn't know what it was. 

WHAT ARE THE MEDICAL REASONS FOR A CAESAREAN? 

There are various reasons why a doctor may recommend that you have a caesarean section instead of giving birth vaginally.

If you had complications in a previous pregnancy or birth, or in your current pregnancy, you may be advised to have what’s called a planned or elective caesarean, or a planned repeat caesarean.

If you were planning to give birth vaginally, but complications during labour or birth mean that you’re advised to give

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