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BBC EastEnders’ Sid Owen watched partner Victoria nearly die in childbirth

Sid, also known as Walford and Ricky from Albert Square, says he was terrified as Victoria Shores was rushed to the hospital.

Sid Owen, who plays Sid in BBC’s EastEnders, has revealed how he watched as his partner lost pints of blood and nearly died while giving birth.

Sid, also known as Walford and Ricky from Albert Square, says he was terrified as Victoria Shores was rushed to the hospital.

Skye was born to the couple earlier this month.

Sid said: “I couldn’t cope with losing Vic, I was more concerned about her. I’m still trying to process the trauma of it.”

Sid described it as “very dangerous” and said that he was “panicking” over the risks.

Victoria said: “As soon as the baby was out it seemed I was in trouble. I could have died.”

With The Sun, Sid and Victoria were discussing the trauma.

The 50-year-old revealed the birth details last week, after announcing their pregnancy in September.

Captioning the snap Sid wrote: “Been a long a day. But. Can I say. I love you Victoria. Thank you for our baby.”

“I never ever dreamed I would have kids,” he previously told The Sunday Mirror. It’s a miracle it’s happened.”

“As you get older, that idea seems further away, and you lose hope at times, so it’s a miracle it’s happened.”

Following the birth, fans rushed to congratulate the couple, and a slew of celebrities, including Patsy Palmer, chimed in.

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Sid, also known as Walford and Ricky from Albert Square, says he was terrified as Victoria Shores was rushed to the hospital.

Sid Owen, who plays Sid in BBC’s EastEnders, has revealed how he watched as his partner lost pints of blood and nearly died while giving birth.

Sid, also known as Walford and Ricky from Albert Square, says he was terrified as Victoria Shores was rushed to the hospital.

Skye was born to the couple earlier this month.

Sid said: “I couldn’t cope with losing Vic, I was more concerned about her. I’m still trying to process the trauma of it.”

Sid described it as “very dangerous” and said that he was “panicking” over the risks.

Victoria said: “As soon as the baby was out it seemed I was in trouble. I could have died.”

With The Sun, Sid and Victoria were discussing the trauma.

The 50-year-old revealed the birth details last week, after announcing their pregnancy in September.

Captioning the snap Sid wrote: “Been a long a day. But. Can I say. I love you Victoria. Thank you for our baby.”

“I never ever dreamed I would have kids,” he previously told The Sunday Mirror. It’s a miracle it’s happened.”

“As you get older, that idea seems further away, and you lose hope at times, so it’s a miracle it’s happened.”

Following the birth, fans rushed to congratulate the couple, and a slew of celebrities, including Patsy Palmer, chimed in.

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Sid, also known as Walford and Ricky from Albert Square, says he was terrified as Victoria Shores was rushed to the hospital.

Sid Owen, who plays Sid in BBC’s EastEnders, has revealed how he watched as his partner lost pints of blood and nearly died while giving birth.

Sid, also known as Walford and Ricky from Albert Square, says he was terrified as Victoria Shores was rushed to the hospital.

Skye was born to the couple earlier this month.

Sid said: “I couldn’t cope with losing Vic, I was more concerned about her. I’m still trying to process the trauma of it.”

Sid described it as “very dangerous” and said that he was “panicking” over the risks.

Victoria said: “As soon as the baby was out it seemed I was in trouble. I could have died.”

With The Sun, Sid and Victoria were discussing the trauma.

The 50-year-old revealed the birth details last week, after announcing their pregnancy in September.

Captioning the snap Sid wrote: “Been a long a day. But. Can I say. I love you Victoria. Thank you for our baby.”

“I never ever dreamed I would have kids,” he previously told The Sunday Mirror. It’s a miracle it’s happened.”

“As you get older, that idea seems further away, and you lose hope at times, so it’s a miracle it’s happened.”

Following the birth, fans rushed to congratulate the couple, and a slew of celebrities, including Patsy Palmer, chimed in.

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