Chloe Goodman admits she wrote her will after a nightmarish second pregnancy

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Chloe Goodman admits she wrote her last will and testament before giving birth to her second child after suffering a nightmare pregnancy.

The Ex On The Beach star, 28, welcomed son Hudson, her second child with Middlesbrough footballer Grant Hall, via caesarean section in February after a series of complications – including an abnormal smear test that resulted in half of her cervix being removed was removed.

The surgery, which took place three months into her pregnancy, required surgery to keep her developing baby in the uterus, but doctors accidentally sewed her bladder to her uterus during the procedure, leaving her in agony.

Fears: Chloe Goodman admits she drew up her last will and testament before giving birth to her second child, son Hudson, after suffering a nightmare pregnancy

She told the latest issue of new!: “In the second trimester the pain subsided, but in the third trimester as he was gaining weight the baby was obviously pushing against it.

“It was really, really painful. I was up all night peeing because my bladder was shredded. But I wanted to keep him at all costs.

“I tried to push [the birth] until the end. I thought, “What if we can get to 37 weeks?” And they said, “No way Chloe, you’re risking your life.” So 35 weeks was as far as I could push it.

Growing family: Chloe is already a mother to daughter Isla, who she welcomed with fiancé Grant Hall in May 2021

Growing family: Chloe is already a mother to daughter Isla, who she welcomed with fiancé Grant Hall in May 2021

To make matters worse, the TV personality discovered she was anemic when doctors attempted to remove the stitches after baby Hudson was born on February 2.

Chloe admits her uterus was unresponsive and she was losing too much blood, leading her fiancé Grant – with whom she is also parent to daughter Isla – to fear for her health.

The nightmare prompted Chloe to write her will, something she put off before struggling through the birth.

She said: “Me and Grant were meant to do our will ages ago. When I was in the hospital, I realized that if everything went wrong, I have to make sure he gets my money. Grant has everything set up already.’

Proud mom: The Ex On The Beach star welcomed son Hudson, her second child with Hall, via cesarean section in February after a series of complications

Proud mom: The Ex On The Beach star welcomed son Hudson, her second child with Hall, via cesarean section in February after a series of complications

Thankfully, the TV personality recovered and was able to return home with her son, but was soon back in the hospital after contracting meningitis – a condition that affects the protective tissues of the brain.

A source told OK!: “He came in with a high temperature and she took him to the hospital – he suspects meningitis.”

“He and Chloe had to stay overnight last night and he’s on an IV at the moment while they do tests. Chloe had many complications during her pregnancy. She wanted everything to run smoothly and that really worries her.”

Complications: The reality star underwent surgery to have the cells treated but later found out she had a 'hole' in her bladder after stitches - putting her bladder at incredible risk

Complications: The reality star underwent surgery to have the cells treated but later found out she had a ‘hole’ in her bladder after stitches – putting her bladder at incredible risk

Doctors discovered during a routine swab test that she had high grade three abnormal cells that, if left untreated, could have led to cervical cancer.

The reality star underwent surgery to have the cells treated but later found out she had a “hole” in her bladder after stitches – putting her bladder at incredible risk.

Back in October, when the television personality was 21 weeks pregnant, Chloe revealed via Instagram that she was told she needed to have her cervical stitches removed, which “is the only thing keeping our baby safe.”

Despite suffering severe pain and complications with her bladder, the star chose not to undergo surgery to remove the stitches because she didn’t want to endanger her baby, saying it was the absolute “last resort”.

Last: Chloe announced that this would be her last child and admitted that she will

Last: Chloe announced that this would be her last child and admitted that she will “do everything she can” for the baby during the pregnancy

She shared on Instagram that she “couldn’t live with herself” if she lost her baby to save her own bladder as she decided against the surgery.

Despite the many complications of the pregnancy, Chloe revealed that both she and her baby boy were healthy at birth.

Chloe informed her 195,000 followers of his arrival, writing: “He’s here! / Me and @hally_91 are over the moon to welcome a healthy baby boy to our family! Isla is so excited to be a big sister as many of you know the pregnancy was not without its complications including the fact that she got him here safely.

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