Kingston Rossdale also a breech baby

05/31/2006 at 10:32 AM ET

CBB sources tell us that Shiloh Nouvel wasn’t the only scheduled c-section last week due to being breech. Kingston James McGregor also had positioning issues, and reliable sources tell us the Cesarean section was only performed for this reason. We also heard (although we can’t confirm) that an external version (an attempt to turn the baby into a head-down position) was attempted a week and a half ago, with no luck, and a c-section was scheduled a few days before Gwen’s June 1st due date. This information contradicts with our May 17th due date, but the June 1st date makes more sense considering the apparent situation.

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Corriev on

My first daughter was footling breech (both feet pointed straignt down). We planned for the procedure to try to turn her, but my water broke 6 weeks early, so we didn’t get a chance. B/c of her footling breech presentation, there was really no fluid left to speak of. If it is a bottom first breech, the bottom acts as a cork to keep some of the fluid in, but that was not the case with her obviously. So we did the c section. My next daughter was not breech, but my dr. scared me out of trying a VBAC. When I had my son three years ago, I knew it would be my last baby 😦 so I really wanted to try a VBAC. Success! I hope Angelina and Gwen, if they have more babies and are able to, give the VBAC a try. So worth it!

tealou on

I can now sleep at night knowing that Gwen & Angelina’s c-sections were ‘valid’.

Snort. Like its anybody’s business…