She gave birth to her first child in November.
And TV presenter Steph McGovern has revealed that she went to therapy after suffering terrible night terrors over the loss of her 10-month-old daughter.
The 38-year-old former BBC Breakfast star told The Sun: “When I was younger I was worried about school affairs. Once I got out of the door and went to school, in my sleep, in my uniform, at two in the morning.
Upset: TV presenter Steph McGovern revealed she received therapy to cure night terrors of losing 10-month-old baby
“As they got older, they became more lively. And since I have a baby, I wake up regularly and think I lost her.
“I imagine she’s in bed with me and I let her down, or I lost her.” A number of times my partner has found me on the floor poking around under things or in cupboards, looking for the baby.
Steph said that when she slept, her brain wasn’t working enough to know her daughter was actually there.
Besides being the mother of her little one, Steph is also busy working on her new daytime show, Steph’s Packed Lunch, which debuts on Monday.
She said she also had night terrors about work and that one night her partner woke up screaming in their bedroom.
Steph had a nightmare that a man exposed himself to her at work and she was unable to do her job.
She said: “I imagine she is in bed with me and I let her down, or I lost her. A lot of times my partner has found me on the floor climbing under objects or in closets, looking for the baby ”(photo during pregnancy in September 2019)
And since then, Steph has had counseling sessions and said that while she was not cured, her therapist has helped her with the coping mechanisms.
Recognizing that her night terrors seem to flare up when stressed, she refrains from looking at her phone before going to bed now.
New GBBO hosts Matt Lucas, Vogue Williams, Miquita Oliver, Gemma Atkinson, Lady Leshurr and Angus Deayton will join Steph for his new show on Monday. P
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In the meantime, it recently emerged that Channel 4 staff fear the future after layoffs and salary delays at the cash-strapped TV channel.
And part of the network’s remaining workforce worried about mortgage payments after staff learned their monthly pay was delayed.
Meanwhile, Channel 4 staff became enraged after learning that his salary had been changed so that he was paid four weeks late.
After receiving their salary on August 15, they will not be paid again until six weeks later, on September 30.
The change is believed to have been made for cash flow reasons, but some staff are concerned about missing their mortgage payment dates.
One of them said: “Some people live from day to day and don’t have the savings to get through this difficult time”.
Steph’s Packed Lunch will launch Monday at 12:30 p.m. on Channel 4
Work on it: Steph has had counseling sessions and said that while she was not cured, her therapist helped her with the coping mechanisms