Cameran Eubanks became a mother nearly one week ago and days later, she shared the first photo of her baby girl, Palmer Corrine Wimberly, on her Instagram page.
While the Southern Charm star, who previously appeared on Real World: San Diego, hasn't said a whole lot about the process of childbirth, her longtime best friend and co-star, Shep Rose, recently spoke out on her behalf. Rose revealed that the natural birth of Palmer was quite hard for the reality star.
"Cameran said that she felt like she got hit by a Mack Truck, but the baby's really cute. And I think she's happy," Rose told The Daily Dish on Nov.15. "She's so sarcastic that I just, I love it. She had the baby naturally and she's lamenting the physicality of that."
As for her journey into motherhood, Rose added, "She would never be like overly excited about anything 'cause she's kind of like that. She's sort of like a pistol."
Eubanks married her husband in April 2014 and two years later, she confirmed they were expecting their first child together, a girl, on Instagram. As fans can recall, Eubanks hasn't always wanted to be a mom and even informed her husband before they wed that she may never warm up to the idea of starting a family. Then, after attending therapy sessions in hopes of getting over her fear of motherhood, her outlook on the concept changed.
Eubanks confirmed the birth of her baby girl on Nov. 13.
"Palmer Corrine Wimberly touched down 11/11/17 at 8:37 am. 7 pounds 3 oz 20 inches long. Wildest experience of my life!" Eubanks wrote. "Jason is recovering and doing well."
Prior to the child's birth, Eubanks shared a hilarious PSA about breastfeeding and told her fans and followers on Instagram that if they sent her one more message about her plans to feed her child, she would delete her account forever.
“Ya’ll are about to drive me to drink,” Eubanks began in the video post, according to a report by Us Weekly magazine.
Although Eubanks said that she was planning to breastfeed her child, she added that she wouldn't hesitate to take another route if the idea didn't go as planned.
“If it doesn’t work, I will then pump. And if the pumping doesn’t work then I will happily stick a bottle of formula in my baby’s mouth and she will turn out fine,” she continued. “If the formula doesn’t work then I will go to Chik-Fil-A and get a No. 3 value sized, put that in a blender and spoon feed her."