While some are lucky enough never to experience it, these 5 stars have all had terrible morning sickness during their pregnancies. They found it incredibly hard to deal with the nausea and sickness during the first few months, but luckily found some relief when it finally eased off. One star admits she went a little “cuckoo” from going through it all at the beginning, while some went from craving weird food to vomiting it all back up again in a matter of minutes because their body couldn’t make up its mind. Here are 5 star moms and their terrible tales of morning sickness that they sadly had to experience for their bundle of joy.
Christina found the first few months of her pregnancy hard because of the huge changes: “I feel okay now. Oh god, I’m like text book right now – I’m like everything you read in the books, I got it all. The cravings, the morning sickness I had for a really long time. The morning sickness is so bad! The psychosis… you kind of go a little cuckoo. Yelling for no reason, it’s almost out of body. You’re stepping back from yourself and watching this insane monster in front of you that’s you, and you want to stop her but she’s funny to watch.”
Kate’s first son was an easy pregnancy, but the second one she found much more difficult because of the sickness: “Bing was a more difficult pregnancy than Ryder. Ryder was easy; I didn’t get sick or nauseous at all. With Bing I was really nauseous. He also moved around so much… He was just rockin’ out.”
Maggie was trying to keep her pregnancy a secret but kept throwing up and snacking: “I find it difficult to pretend you’re not pregnant, which I had to do. I didn’t let anyone know until three and a half months this time. I went to film festivals. I’m throwing up in the bathroom and having to keep pretzels in my purse, and having to fit into dresses.”
Megan found the sickness so hard she thought she was having a vampire baby: “I was about two months pregnant. I was really sick… I was very nauseous. I had really bad morning sickness… It was so bad for me, actually, that I felt like I was maybe birthing a vampire baby, like the one from Twilight. You know what happens to (Kristen Stewart’s character) Bella – where she’s in like cold sweats all the time? I felt like that was happening, because I had no vitamins and nutrients. I was just nauseous… The first trimester was really rough and then I got to about 12 weeks and then it was fine. It was a really perfect pregnancy after that.”
Tamara was sick and constantly felt tired but luckily it didn’t last the length of her pregnancy:”The first trimester was a little rough. I was extremely fatigued and had morning sickness — more like evening sickness. Luckily, it has subsided in my second trimester. I feel great as of now — more like myself.”