EastEnders’ Kellie Bright, 45, reveals she has named her ‘miracle’ third baby Rudy Joy Stoker and details her newborn son’s ‘intense’ labour  

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EastEnders star Kelly Bright has named her third child ‘Miracle’ Rudy Joy Stoker.

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The 45-year-old soap actress announced the unusual choice of name just weeks after she confirmed welcoming her newborn son with husband Paul Stoker, in what she described as an ‘intense’ labor, where she experienced only gas and gas. used air.

Kelly, who announced she was expecting Rudy in March after undergoing a frozen embryo transfer, already shares sons Freddie, nine, and Jeanne, four, with Paul and the actress happily shared their new looks. The couple is discussed.

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Blooming: EastEnders star Kelly Bright names her third child ‘Miracle’ Rudy Joy Stoker

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ok speaking! magazine, Kelly detailed the thinking behind the name, saying: ‘Joey was my maternal grandfather’s name and I said that whether we had a boy or a girl, I would really like the middle name Joy because she meant so much to me. Was.

‘We weren’t sold until about a week before Rudy had me, but it had been on my boys list for a while and certainly when I had the genes.’

She also details her birth story, as she revealed that she was induced at 37-and-a-half weeks over concerns about the size of the total.

Her labor lasted two days, followed by a midwife’s sweep, which broke her water as she entered the ward.

SWEET: Kelly, who announced she was expecting Rudy in March following a frozen embryo transfer, already shares sons Freddie, nine, and Jean, four, with Paul and the actress happily shared her new have discussed

SWEET: Kelly, who announced she was expecting Rudy in March following a frozen embryo transfer, already shares sons Freddie, nine, and Jean, four, with Paul and the actress happily shared her new have discussed

She said: ‘He arrived 20 minutes after I was in my labor ward and all I had was gas and air. I didn’t want an epidural this time because I wanted to feel everything – it’s somewhere in between. It was all too early but this was the birth I wanted.’

Earlier this month, Kelly, who played Linda Carter in the BBC soap, revealed the good news Ok!, telling the publication: ‘We are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of the newest member of our family. Mother and baby are doing well.’

The couple first detailed their IVF journey to conceive their child, the method they chose when they successfully conceived the second son, Jean.

Joey: Talking OK!  Magazine, Kelly detailed the thinking behind the name, saying: 'Joey was my maternal grandfather's name and I said that whether we were a boy or a girl, I would really like the middle name Joy because she meant so much to me. .

Joey: Talking OK! Magazine, Kelly detailed the thinking behind the name, saying: ‘Joey was my maternal grandfather’s name and I said that whether we were a boy or a girl, I would really like the middle name Joy because she meant so much to me. .

Kelly and Paul needed IVF treatment after struggling to get pregnant with their second child and had four ‘strong’ embryos, one of which turned out to be Jean.

He then used the remaining three to try for a third, with the first two not working, while he experienced a bleed with the last.

Although the bleeding left Kelly in tears, it did not affect the pregnancy.

Teamwork: Talking OK!  In a previous interview with the magazine, Kelly mentioned that her husband is several years younger than her and therefore has the energy to run after the kids.

Teamwork: Talking OK! In a previous interview with the magazine, Kelly mentioned that her husband is several years younger than her and therefore has the energy to run after the kids.

The soap star said she almost collapsed on the floor when she found out she was pregnant for the third time, adding that she knew it was her ‘last chance’.

She said she was ‘shocked and thrilled’ when she learned the news, adding that it ‘took her breath’.

Kelly admitted that she didn’t ask women to wait as long before having IVF, describing the experience as a ‘rollercoaster’.

Kelly previously criticized for having a baby at age 44 [now 45], saying that ‘no one would blink an eye’ if she were a man.

Motherhood: She said: 'First of all, if I were a man to have my third child at 44, no one would have blinked an eye.  Don't forget that my husband is much younger than me (pictured on EastEnders)

Motherhood: She said: ‘First of all, if I were a man to have my third child at 44, no one would have blinked an eye. Don’t forget that my husband is much younger than me (pictured on EastEnders)

talking to Ok! magazine In a previous interview, Kelly mentioned that her husband is several years younger than her and therefore has the energy to run after the kids.

She said: ‘First of all, if I were a man to have my third child at 44, no one would have blinked. Don’t forget my husband is much younger than me.

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