Strictly Come Dancing professional Anton Du Beke, 53, and his wife Hannah welcomed their twins George and Henrietta via IVF back in 2017. Last week he spoke out about his fears of hurting his spouse during the process.
The professional dancer reflected on the many times he had to help inject his wife, as part of the process.
Speaking on Loose Women, he said: “The injections, it’s gruelling, intense and painful, the bruising.
“But of course, you know, you forgo all that because the potential prize at the end of having babies, we were fortunate to have the twins, George and Henrietta.”
On the injection process, he added: “It’s horrible and I say, I am in awe of Hannah, you’re having injections all the time.
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“They’re not little invisible needles, they are big old blunt things you’ve got to ram in and I had to do it.
“And you’re like, ‘Please don’t hurt her’ and of course it’s so hard to do it, but then of course, what am I worried about?
“She’s the one who’s got to go through the pain.”
He went on to say: “The process again is remarkable.
The dancer said he could understand why couples have split up through the process, but said their journey brought them closer together.
Anton gushed about his twins in a rare interview last year.
Speaking to Hello! Magazine, he said his twins had developed a love for singing and dancing.
He said: “They love singing and dancing – it’s gorgeous.