Australian model, 23, goes to the bathroom and feels sick before giving BIRTH to a girl – and she had no idea she was pregnant
- Model Erin Langmaid became a mother after showing no signs of pregnancy
- She worked full time and had birth control injections before birth
- The 23-year-old from Melbourne had no illness, baby lump or cravings for food
- After feeling sick, she gave birth in a bathroom of her daughter Isla in ten minutes
- She had a cryptic pregnancy, where the mother finds out very late
A Melbourne model gave birth to a healthy girl on a bathroom floor – and she had no idea she had carried a child for the past nine months.
Erin Langmaid suddenly became a mother two weeks ago when she unexpectedly welcomed daughter Isla to the world, despite showing no signs of pregnancy.
The 23-year-old had worked full time, including modeling shoots and taking contraceptive injections in the run-up to birth.
She showed no signs of pregnancy, without illness, baby lump or uncontrollable appetite, and only felt sick the day Isla was born.
Melbourne model Erin Langmaid (photo) gave birth to a baby girl on a bathroom floor and had no idea she was pregnant.
Erin Langmaid and her partner Dan Carty became surprise parents after baby Isla was born on a bathroom floor. (Pictured: the young family in the hospital)
Mrs. Langmaid went to the bathroom and ten minutes later she held Isla in her arms, which weighed a healthy 3.6 pounds.
& # 39; It was the biggest shock of my life & # 39 ;, Langmaid said 7News.
Her partner Dan Carty heard the commotion in the bathroom and was shocked by what he found inside.
& # 39; I heard a big scream and I ran inside and opened the door and I was worried about her, and then I saw the little one and I thought & # 39; & # 39; wait, there are two & # 39; & # 39 ;, said Mr. Carty.
After birth, Isla did not breathe and began to turn blue, forcing Mr. Carty to make an emergency call to emergency services to save the lives of their baby girls.
Isla was born after 37 weeks, with Mrs. Langmaid who is called a cryptic pregnancy, where the mother only finds out she is pregnant.
Mrs. Langmaid (photo) had worked full time, including modeling shoots and taking contraceptive injections in the run-up to birth.
Mr. Carty (Mrs. Langmaid's right) heard commotion in the bathroom and was shocked at what he found. & # 39; I heard a big scream and I ran inside and opened the door and I was worried about her, and then I saw the little one and I thought & # 39; wait a minute, there are two, & said Mr. Carty.
One in 500 women only knows to be 20 weeks pregnant.
In one in 2500 cases, women do not know that they are pregnant until they start giving birth.
The new mother couldn't think of a way anyone would have known she was pregnant, but embraces motherhood with her partner and beautiful daughter.
& # 39; This is our life now and we would not change it & # 39 ;, Langmaid said.
Mrs. Langmaid (pictured with Isla in the bathroom) described the birth as & # 39; the biggest shock of my life & # 39 ;.
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