Ordinarily pregnancy brings anxieties but giving birth in the coronavirus pandemic is bringing a whole new set of fears.
The singer suffers from a condition called endometriosis, which affects approximately 10% of women worldwide.
The new mum is using her social media platform to chart her experiences of new motherhood, including breastfeeding.
Some molecules found in breast milk could help babies who are behind on their growth and others could lower risk of obesity.
As Sue Radford prepares for baby number 22, we ask experts what happens to a woman's body when she has more than five babies.
“No amount of hateful words could take away from how beautiful this journey is and how much I value my body."