Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson returns to work following six months of ...

'It feels almost as if I have never been away': Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson returns to work following six months of maternity leave after giving birth to her son Finn in October New mother Ruth Davidson said she was never one 'to do things the easy way' Instead of easing herself in, she said she's gone 'from zero to 100 miles an hour'  She admitted she might have a touch of 'jellyhead' after returning from maternity leave 

By Terri-ann Williams For Mailonline

Published: 09:06 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 09:11 BST, 3 May 2019

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Ruth Davidson (pictured above) gave birth to her son Finn in October

Ruth Davidson (pictured above) gave birth to her son Finn in October

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson MSP has returned to work after giving birth to her son Finn in October.

As a new mother, the MSP acknowledged her return to work as something of a baptism of fire and said she was 'never one to do things the easy way'.

Speaking live from Aberdeen at the Scottish Conservatives annual conference she said: 'Instead of easing myself in gently, I have gone from zero to 100 miles an hour.

'Party conference this weekend, then back at my desk at Holyrood and then into First Minister's Questions against Nicola Sturgeon at the start of next week.'

Speaking to Good Morning Britain presenters Kate Garraway and Ben Shepherd, she revealed that she might have a touch of 'jellyhead'.

She said: 'If I say words that make no sense in a sentence you will know exactly what this is about.

'I keep losing nouns. I try to find the word for 'chair' and say 'coat' and things

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