Kimberley Walsh says young sons help with night feeds and had ‘instant attachment’ with newborn brother

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Kimberley Walsh says that her two eldest sons have proved to be a great help after she welcomed third son Nate Jackson Scott into the world in May.

The Girls Aloud star says sons Bobby, six, and Cole, four, have even volunteered to help with night feeds and formed an instant bond with their baby brother.

"They just had this instant attachment and love," Kimberley told OK! "We have a step in our hallway and it’s the exact same spot we showed Cole to Bobby.

"I can’t believe how much they adore him already. On the first night, Bobby came down at 3am and I said, 'Sorry, Bobs, did the baby wake you?' and he said, 'I can’t hear the baby, I just woke up and wondered if you needed help?' I was like, 'You’re killing me!'

"We recently had Cole in the bed as he had a nightmare and I explained how he’ll get woken up in our bed, and he said, 'Yeah, but I don’t want you to do this on your own in the night.'

"Clearly, Justin was asleep at this point! [Laughs] I had his company for one of the feeds and he was helping grab stuff. And as soon as Bobby gets in from school he wants a cuddle. He takes his T-shirt off so he can do skin to skin!"

Nate was born on May 28 and weighed in at 7lb 4oz at 6.45pm. Kimberley gave birth at the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital, West London – where the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge and the late Princess Diana have had babies.

Kimberley’s third boy arrived with a full head of gorgeous dark hair after his fuss-free delivery and his brothers are just as smitten as his parents.

And Kimberley revealed that she was so calm in birth, she was even squatting between contractions.

"I had an epidural just after my waters broke at 2pm. Epidurals are brilliant now. You can have “moving” epidurals that you can top up as much as needed, so you can still walk around and feel the contractions.

"It obviously helps with the pain massively but I much prefer being able to feel the contractions and be in control of my body in labour.

"I was doing squats and dancing trying to get his head to come down! My obstetrician said, 'I don’t think I’ve ever seen anybody this agile on an epidural.'"

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