Joss Stone 'Very Grateful' to Be Alive Following 30-Hours Emergency C-Section
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After giving birth to her son Shackleton via emergency C-section back in October, the 35-year-old singer shares in an interview that she feels a sense of relief after spending 30 hours in labour.

AceShowbiz - Joss Stone feels "very, very grateful" to be alive. The singer gave birth to her son Shackleton via emergency C-section in October, and Joss feels a sense of relief after spending 30 hours in labour.

The 35-year-old star,  who also has Violet (21 months) with Cody DaLuz, shared, "You know, it's nice to be alive. It really is. I'm very, very grateful for it". Joss admits that "everything went a bit wrong" during her labour, and the "You Had Me" hitmaker has thanked doctors for keeping her alive.

"You know, we all of us moms have our best stories and many of us have war stories kind of with the birth. And I was hoping to not be one of those. I wanted to be like, 'Oh, you have beautiful four-hour labour. And then I just sneezed, and he fell out,' " the beauty blonde told Entertainment Tonight.

She continued, "But no, that's not what happened. But I'm here and there was 15 doctors that just like swarmed in when everything went a bit wrong. And they saved my life and saved my baby's life for me. I felt truly like they were angels."

Joss recently revealed that she'd love to have more children. She explained, "I definitely want to have more children. The doctor has said I can have another one but I definitely can't give birth naturally because my uterus split".

The singer is now open to the idea of adopting a child, adding that she'd like "as many kids as [she] can". Joss said, "I've always wanted to adopt and Cody was adopted so he wants to adopt, too. We'll see but I'd like as many kids as I can."

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