Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake are sharing some personal details about the day their son Silas was born. The couple who welcomed their son in April 2015 has revealed that their original birth plans went out the window and were not what they were expecting!
In their new book, The Nanny Connie Way: Secrets to Mastering the First Four Months of Parenthood, the couple stated that they went to great lengths to have a natural birth for their son. The two hired two midwives, a doula, and visited a home that was a labor training facility. Unfortunately, the couple's plans were thwarted at the very last minute.
"When all our plans fell apart and the serene, natural childbirth we had envisioned ended with a transfer to the hospital and an emergency C-section, we arrived home exhausted, disillusioned, and totally in shock," the couple wrote in the book.
The couple continued that though the plans weren't what they wanted, they were still happy to deliver their healthy.
"I was obsessed with everything organic, toxin-free, natural, and homeopathic for our kid, who came into this world in an operating room through an incision. I was a dictator, making myself and my husband insane!" Biel continued.
Will Jessica And Justin Have More Children?
The actress and the singer have very demanding careers. Timberlake released his fifth studio album, Man of The Woods, performed at the halftime show for the Superbowl LII, and is currently on tour.
Biel, who is best known for her roles on 7th Heaven, The A-Team, Total Recall, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, is now starring on the USA Network show, The Sinner. The series follows the story a young mother named Cora whose life is turned upside down when she brutally kills a man on the beach and doesn't remember why.
Though they have very busy careers, the couple is still open to having more children in the future. Timberlake stated in an interview with E News! that he would like to have "as many children" as he he can with his wife.
The couple married in October 2012. They began dating in January 2007.