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Meghan Trainor opens up about her newborn son Riley’s ‘terrifying’ birth and reveals that her doctors ‘took him away’ shortly after he was born



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Meghan Trainor recently opened up about her newborn son Riley’s health issues after his birth during an interview with Today Parents

The All About That Bass singer and new mom, 27, elaborated on the ‘terrifying’ circumstances surrounding her baby’s arrival and told the media outlet about how her child was taken away by doctors for his own safety.

She recalled, ‘It was one of those horror stories where he didn’t cry…He didn’t make noise when he came out. I was like, “Why isn’t he crying?”‘ 

Arduous process: Meghan Trainor recently opened up about how her son Riley's birth was 'terrifying' during an interview with Today Parents

Arduous process: Meghan Trainor recently opened up about how her son Riley's birth was 'terrifying' during an interview with Today Parents

Arduous process: Meghan Trainor recently opened up about how her son Riley’s birth was ‘terrifying’ during an interview with Today Parents

The hitmaker shares her newborn son, who arrived in February, with her husband, Daryl Sabara, to whom she has been romantically linked ever since 2016.

Trainor specifically pointed out that Riley was quiet when he arrived and that she was initially confused about her son’s lack of activity after his birth.  

The Like I’m Gonna Lose You singer also noted that her doctors did not allow her to spend an extended period of time with Riley after his arrival and that they had to keep him under observation, which unnerved her greatly. 

‘I got to see him for one second before they took him away…That was probably the worst part,’ she said.  

Safety first: The All About That Bass singer told the media outlet that her doctors allowed her to see her son 'for one second before they took him away'

Safety first: The All About That Bass singer told the media outlet that her doctors allowed her to see her son 'for one second before they took him away'

Safety first: The All About That Bass singer told the media outlet that her doctors allowed her to see her son ‘for one second before they took him away’

Checking in: The hitmaker later revealed that her son had experienced issues with his breathing after being born, although he later overcame his ailments and was allowed to go home with his happy parents

Checking in: The hitmaker later revealed that her son had experienced issues with his breathing after being born, although he later overcame his ailments and was allowed to go home with his happy parents

Checking in: The hitmaker later revealed that her son had experienced issues with his breathing after being born, although he later overcame his ailments and was allowed to go home with his happy parents

Trainor remarked that, although the experience was ‘terrifying,’ she and her husband felt ‘so lucky’ about being able to ‘bring him home after five days.’ 

The songstress went on to speak about how her doctors kept her on low-dose antidepressants throughout her pregnancy and credited them with helping to keep her emotions in check. 

She recalled that her doctors ‘told me, ‘If you’re happy, then your body will be happy and then your baby will be happy.’ I haven’t had any postpartum depression or anything. 

‘I think the medicine definitely helped,’ the hitmaker added.

Trainor shares Riley, aged three months, with her 28-year-old husband of several years, Daryl Sabara.

Proud dad: Trainor shares her newborn son with her husband of several years, Daryl Sabara

Proud dad: Trainor shares her newborn son with her husband of several years, Daryl Sabara

Proud dad: Trainor shares her newborn son with her husband of several years, Daryl Sabara

A helping hand: The hitmaker was outspoken about how her husband served as her caretaker during the length of her pregnancy

A helping hand: The hitmaker was outspoken about how her husband served as her caretaker during the length of her pregnancy

A helping hand: The hitmaker was outspoken about how her husband served as her caretaker during the length of her pregnancy

The new parents originally met at a party in 2014 and later reconnected before beginning a relationship two years later.

The happy couple announced their engagement in December of 2017 and were married a year later during a ceremony that took place on the singer’s 25th birthday.

She first shared an image of her son on her Instagram account on Valentine’s Day, and noted that he arrived a few days earlier than planned. 

The singer was outspoken about how her husband took an active role as her caretaker during the length of her pregnancy.

Recent arrival: The singer took to her Instagram shortly after her son's birth to let her followers know that he was born slightly earlier than expected

Recent arrival: The singer took to her Instagram shortly after her son's birth to let her followers know that he was born slightly earlier than expected

Recent arrival: The singer took to her Instagram shortly after her son’s birth to let her followers know that he was born slightly earlier than expected

 

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