Woman Gives Birth To A Baby Girl During P!nk Concert In Liverpool
A mother has given birth to a baby girl during a P!nk concert at Anfield Stadium in Liverpool.
Long-time fan Denise Jones, 32, was 36 weeks and five days pregnant when she went into labour with her third child within minutes of P!nk taking to the stage on Tuesday night.
Two stadium paramedics helped deliver baby Dolly Pink - whose middle name was given in honour of the songstress - as Denise started giving birth during the opening number of 'Get The Party Started.'
Both 6lb 4.5oz Dolly, who was originally going to have the middle name Louise, and her mother are doing well after the short birth that took place in a matter of minutes.
"I'm still massively in shock, just a bit gutted I missed the concert. But I couldn't be any happier right now!" Denise joked to Liverpool Echo.
"Wow. @DrJohnMat8 and I just delivered a healthy baby girl at Anfield at the P!nk gig. Amazing! #NotJustAGP #PinkForAGirl," Dani, one of the doctors on the scene, posted on Twitter.
Denise's niece Chloe Dryhurst, who attended the gig with her, also tweeted her delight alongside several smiling snaps: "Baby Dolly Pink born at Anfield whilst watching P!nkconcert! Mum and baby are doing amazing, thank you to the amazing paramedics that delivered her!"
Chloe also confirmed Denise and her family are Liverpool FC fans prompting a flurry of football fans to share their congratulations over the Anfield birth.
"Surely, a season ticket for baby Dolly, no? Congratulations Denise!" commented one while another wrote: "Is this first baby ever born at Anfield? What a blessing."
P!nk is one of the first acts to perform at Anfield in almost a decade. The show was part of her Beautiful Trauma world tour that heads to London's Wembley later this week.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Chloe Dryhurst