At some point in the interview, Nuria Madruga recalled the premature birth of her twins in 2011. It is a moment that she ranks as one of the happiest “Difficult” Of your life.
“Never expect anything to go wrong during pregnancy“He started counting.”My kids were taken out of my stomach at that moment and that was really hard. The moment I wanted someone to tell me, “It’s going to be fine,” no one said.He added, recalling the 51 painful days the children were in the incubator.
“At that moment, it was one day at a time and the whole situation was so precarious, when we wanted more answers, we didn’t have it. We got all the care and the nurses and doctors were great, but no one told us it was going to be okay. That first few weeks was really hard“, pointed out.
“There’s a phrase Vasco and I use a lot, which is: “Only we know what’s going on inside, and what we experience.”[ …] We created a love bubble there because we wanted to be very focused and dedicated in that moment.He explained, revealing that he feared the worst.
“For me, the twins’ survival was truly a miracle because I know what happened inside the neonatology unit. I wasn’t ready to take them off. I was no longer the one taking care of them, and I was no longer the one who changed the first nappy, and it wasn’t me who gave the first milk, and it wasn’t me who calmed them when they were crying, because I’m not allowedShe said, clearly moved.
“Inevitably, we always think, ‘Was it my fault? Could it be that I did something wrong? “.It wasn’t the case, the problem was even the umbilical cord flow, which is a problem since it was formed”he added.
However, in 2018, the actress and her husband Vasco welcomed another baby boy Lourençothat joined the Sebastiao And savior. A birth without surprises, and that also ended a cycle of uncertainty and insecurity.
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