Googlebox fans break down in tears as they watch emotional scene of mother delivering a baby

GOGGLEBOX fans broke down in tears as they watched an emotional scene of a mother delivering a baby.

Tonight the cast of the Channel 4 show watched the likes of Bad Sisters, The Kardashians and the BBC News.

Googlebox fans were left feeling very emotional after watching a woman give birth

Googlebox fans were left feeling very emotional after watching a woman give birth
The cast were watching an episode of Channel W's Emma Willis: Delivering Babies.

The cast were watching an episode of Channel W’s Emma Willis: Delivering Babies.
Sophie and Pete Sandiford were in bits as they watched the clip

Sophie and Pete Sandiford were in bits as they watched the clip

They also watched a clip from Channel W’s Emma Willis: Delivering Babies.

During the episode that they were watching, presenter Emma, 44, was assisting a planned cesarean birth.

42-year-old Ololade and Adekunle, 43, were excited to welcome their third child into the world.

After they cut the mum-to-be open, the doctors soon realised that their baby was lying across her uterus, which is seen in less than one per cent of cases.

They started to struggle to get the baby out, but minutes later the baby was born.

However the child was unresponsive.

The scenes left the cast of the Channel 4 show very emotional

Jenny Newby shouted at her screen with worry: “Come on!”

While Shirley Griffiths put her head in her hands.

“Imagine as a parent, it’s your worst nightmare isn’t it,” dad-of-two Baasit  Siddiqui added.

The voice over explained: “If the baby remains unresponsive, resuscitation will begin.

“All Ololade and Adekunle can do it wait.”

Dad-of-one Pete Sandiford said: “I feel so sorry for the parents because they’re literally so helpless.”

Seconds later the baby started crying and was reunited with their mum for the first time.

Viewers at home were overcome with emotion.

They took to Twitter to share their happiness for the couple.

One said: “Blimey! Eyes are tearing up here #gogglebox.”

Another added: “Oh thank god, the baby’s crying…and breathe…”

“Watching the segment whilst being 39 weeks pregnant was not wise. I am in tears,” a third confessed.

A fourth tweeted: “Crying my eyes out at #Gogglebox.”

  • Gogglebox airs on Channel 4 every Friday at 9pm