Yes, it was known that Troian Bellisario and her husband, Patrick J. Adams, had recently fathered their second daughter. On May 15, specifically. And that they had named him Elliot Rowena, Little sister of the first-born, Aurora, born in October 2018. But what was not known is that this latest delivery did not take place at home or in a hospital … but in a parking lot.
Little Elliot Rowena’s unconventional arrival was revealed by her parents at the podcast Katie’s Crib, in which they have remembered that dramatic day in which luckily everything went perfectly for the interpreters of the successful series Pretty Little Liars Y Suits and for the newborn.
They explain that it all started by trusting too much. The contractions came in the morning, but they were not impatient at all because the delivery of their former daughter, Aurora, it had lasted neither more nor less than 26 hours. So zero nerves between them.
Still, after taking their time to get everything, they decide to get in the car and head to the hospital for the doctors to explore it. However, on the way … “I started to need to remove my seat belt because it bothered me so much. and I was not able to hold another second in that position “, relates Troian, who lets Patrick do the talking because he spent most of the time from here making louder and louder sounds.
Slowly in Los Angeles traffic they came to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center … even though they didn’t get past the parking lot. “As soon as I press the button and take the ticket, she starts screaming. I turn to reassure her and, by the time I turn my head, Troian was already lying flat on his knees on the ground and screaming, “ recalls Patrick.
“I run to the guy at the front desk and say: ‘What’s happening in the car! Quick, bring the wheelchair, and the people we need, to all the people! To all professionals! He’s having it! ‘”Continues the 39-year-old actor (Troian is 35).
“Upon arrival,” Patrick continues, “Troian was perched on all fours, her ass toward the windshield and emitting an incredible howl. Her butt was level with my eyes, so I ran and pulled her pants down, and the baby’s head was right there … Not the best time to panic. I just had to try to handle the situation. “
The actor explains that the first thing he did was check his daughter’s “neck” to make sure “that the umbilical cord was not twisted.” “One more push and the baby was totally out. It all happened in just three minutes “, they have continued the story, which has a happy ending in Troian’s words.
“I looked over my shoulder, because I was still on all fours and then I saw Patrick holding her upside down, and the little girl was moaning, so I thought: ‘She’s alive, she’s fine, she’s breathing!’ “ ends.