No one ever said delivering a baby was easy, but Audrina Patridge had some musical accompaniment to make the process a little less stressful.
“I had the doctors turn up the music in the delivery room so I wouldn’t focus on what was happening,” Patridge tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week’s issue. “I was kind of scared and Corey just kept talking to me.”
The former star of The Hills delivered daughter Kirra Max by Cesarean section on June 24.
Fittingly, it was Train’s “Hey Soul Sister” that was playing when baby Kirra made her entrance.
“I was scared to have a c-section. She was breech. I tried everything to get her to flip. I went to acupuncture, I floated in the pool, I did front flips, I did handstands, I did everything you could imagine and nothing worked. I waited until the very end of my pregnancy” Patridge, 31, admits of the process. “[My fiancé] Corey [Bohan] kept talking to me. And it wasn’t bad at all!”