Rosie Ramsey thanks “impeccable” staff at Newcastle’s RVI staff after birth of son Rafe

Rosie Ramsey has heaped reward on the “impeccable staff” at Newcastle’s Royal Victoria Infirmary after she gave birth to child son Rafe there final week.

Award-winning podcast star Rosie, spouse of comic and TV host Chris, announced the birth of the couple’s new baby by way of Instagram on Thursday.

Sharing an image of the little lad, the South Shields star wrote: “This is Rafe Ramsey. Born yesterday afternoon weighing 9lbs 1oz.

“He’s completely fantastic and appears EXACTLY like his brother! like, it is uncanny.”

Rosie took Rafe dwelling to satisfy massive brother Robin, 5, at the weekend, a lot to Robin’s delight as he and Chris threw a coming dwelling get together for them each.

And now Rosie has thanked the staff who appeared after her at the RVI for being wonderful, particularly when Chris needed to go away the hospital just a few hours following Rafe’s birth as a result of COVID restrictions.

Taking to Instagram to share an image of her and Chris with Rafe shortly after he got here into the world, Rosie wrote: “I wished to take a second to share my appreciation and gratitude for all of the staff at the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) Newcastle.

“Truth be informed I used to be somewhat nervous about having a child throughout a world pandemic. Not one thing I ever thought would occur if I’m completely sincere! But I needn’t be. The staff have been impeccable.

“From the surgeons who delivered my child, to the anaesthetist who calmed me each step of the best way, to the midwifes who made certain I used to be therapeutic okay, to the nursery nurses who helped me and supported me in my breastfeeding mission and to the attractive women who took my blood strain and introduced me espresso and toast with a beaming smile.”

Opening up about how reassuring they have been after Chris needed to go away her aspect, Rosie added: “I by no means as soon as felt scared or alone. Yes, Chris needed to go away a pair of hours after Rafe was born, which was extraordinarily tough I’m not gonna lie. But the women on the maternity ward reassured me that they have been there and so they could not have been extra caring and useful.

“I can actually say the one factor that made me keep in mind there was a pandemic was that they have been sporting masks!. Other than that I fully forgot!”

Offering assurances to expectant mams on the market, Rosie ended: “So, if you’re due to enter hospital quickly to have your child, relaxation assured the staff will look after you.

“They are at the moment underneath immense strain and I’m so grateful that they managed to make me really feel fully at ease.”

Commenting on Rosie’s publish, one of the midwives at the RVI wrote: “I’m so proud to be a midwife at the RVI! Thank you for this pretty publish…it’s going to undoubtedly increase morale at this time. Ps Rafe is gorgeous,” to which Rosie replied: “Please move on my thanks once more! You guys are fantastic.”



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