Janette Manrara has bravely opened up on her experience with labour after she was advised to give birth to her newborn baby daughter Lyra via A C-section a few days ago, and revealed she's on medication for a subsequent health issue.The former Strictly Come Dancing professional and now It Takes Two presenter is currently living in her baby bubble with husband Aljaž Škorjanec as they welcomed their first child together on July 28.
Speaking to her 564,000 followers, the proud mum-of-one, 39, revealed that she had been struggling with a painful and "itchy" rash on her post-pregnancy belly as a result of having an operation.
Filming herself getting some rest on the sofa while baby Lyra slept soundly next to her, and Slovenian fellow-dancer Aljaž, 33, lay on the floor watching TV, Janette smiled. “Hi everybody," the star began. "So I forgot to mention yesterday, I actually got a rash, some kind of a heat rash on my belly." Showing the red area to her followers, which appeared raw to the camera, Janette continued: "So, that’s been a fun little journey to go through. "It's really itchy, but I’m on medication to heal it," the star said. "Recovery’s been painful as you would expect, but Lyra’s being an angel. “She’s asleep would you believe, Aljaz is exhausted as you can imagine.
He did all the nights last night again. But we’re doing good. Lyra is doing really well, and so is Aljaz and I'm getting there slowly,” Janette added.